Consumer Bankruptcy

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Recent Developments In Consumer Practice

Join this superstar panel in exploring the very latest developments in consumer bankruptcy law.

$25.00
$25.00

Committee: Thorny Issues In An Individual Chapter 11 Case

Hosted by the Consumer Bankruptcy and Young and New Members Committees

A panel of experienced judges and lawyers will discuss some of the challenging issues in individual chapter 11 cases, including: the absolute priority rule, conflicts of interest, case administration, appointment of trustees, differences between Ch. 11 and Ch. 13, and plan feasibility.

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Rule 3015 Discovered

Be the first to understand what new Bankruptcy Rule 3015 means to you, if anything (Rule 3015 can be elected or not in a given district), and to fellow attorneys in nearby districts. Our panel of experts will discuss how certain districts are implementing this new rule.

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Recent Decisions On Retention And Surrender Of Secured Property In Consumer Cases

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Hotcakes and Hot Topics: Judges’ Roundtable Q&A

This panel will feature a roundtable discussion with bankruptcy judges from the Ninth Circuit and across the country. The judges will share their thoughts and perspectives, as well as take questions from the audience, on topics of current interest in both business and consumer cases.

$25.00
$25.00

Intersection Between Bankruptcy and Family Law

Panel will provide an overview of the intersection between bankruptcy and family law. The discussion will include the effects on property of the estate when one spouse does not file, community and separate property issues, scope of automatic stay, collection against non-debtor spouse, and other related family law issues as they intersect with bankruptcy.

$25.00
$25.00

Annual Case Law Update

This annual favorite will cover all recent bankruptcy law decisions and current consumer bankruptcy law issues, and is a must-attend for professionals to stay current on consumer bankruptcy law issues.

$25.00
$25.00

The Party’s Over — or Is It? Secured Creditor Issues at the End of a Chapter 13 Case

The chapter 13 debtor’s plan is expiring, and the trustee issues a notice of final cure payment and completion of plan payments. Your client tells you it’s wrong and says there are uncured pre-petition and post-petition defaults, escrow shortages and unpaid attorney fees. What do you do? This session will cover understanding Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 3002.1 and Local Bankruptcy Rule 2015-3 (E.D.

$25.00
$25.00

Advising Potential Consumer Debtors About Their Tax Debts

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