Consumer Bankruptcy

Supreme Court Review and Recent Case Law Update

Consumer Potpourri: Representing the Consumer Debtor

How to Survive Your Client’s 341 Meeting; The Elderly or Incapacitated Client; Exemption Issues

$25.00
$25.00

Pay Up! Current Developments in FDCPA/FCCPA Cases

Is Technology Creating Liability for Lenders? Stay Now or Pay Later: The Discharge Injunction

$25.00
$25.00

Hot Topics in Chapter 13

Equal Monthly Payments; Consequences of Surrender and Pay Direct; Rule 3001(c) issues; Fee-Shifting under Rule 3002.1; Circuit Splits on Service of Objections to Claims and Bar Dates for Secured Creditors; Unscheduled Claims

$25.00
$25.00

Practicing in the Limelight: Celebrity Bankruptcies

Representing public figures whose livelihood depends on their public image
presents particular challenges for bankruptcy professionals. This panel of
lawyers, each with their own experiences representing celebrities and other
prominent figures in their bankruptcy cases, will share their thoughts on the
process and the issues that are unique in these cases.

$25.00
$25.00

Mediating Valuation, Intercreditor and Other Issues Affecting Secured Creditors in Bankruptcy

Presented by the Mediation and Secured Credit Committees

$25.00
$25.00

Great Debates

Resolved: A “workaround” contract provision
is enforceable after Baker Botts v. ASARCO.

Resolved: If a mortgage includes a security
interest in a mortgage escrow account, the
mortgage loan can be modified under § 1322.

Resolved: Section 1129(a) requires an
impaired accepting class for each debtor.

$25.00
$25.00

Annual Case Law Update

This must-attend annual favorite will cover all recent current bankruptcy law decisions and consumer bankruptcy law issues.

$25.00
$25.00

Current Hot Topics in Chapter 7

This session will deal with a mixture of the most topical and unsettled issues in chapter 7 cases coming before the courts. What does a debtor do if the court denies a reaffirmation agreement but the debtor needs the car? If no reaffirmation agreement is signed, can a case be later reopened to permit a reaffirmation agreement at a creditor’s request? What are debtors’ attorneys’ responsibilities in counseling debtors about potential preferences and fraudulent transfers that they made to family members and friends?

$25.00
$25.00
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