Business Reorganization

Shark Tank

In a riff on the popular television show “Shark Tank,” bankruptcy practitioners will pitch a panel of judicial “sharks” for requested modifications to recent Supreme Court/circuit-level decisions and timely bankruptcy issues.

$25.00
$25.00

Perspectives on the Emerging Cannabis Industry

This panel will explore the emerging cannabis industry in the U.S., with a particular focus on California and nearby states. The panelists will discuss the impact of the legalization of recreational use, as well as the opportunities and challenges that have been created for investors, attorneys and financial advisors.

$25.00
$25.00

Supreme Court Review

A look at the Supreme Court and bankruptcy law, with a focus on recent and pending cases.

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$25.00

Unlike Death and Taxes: A Review of Important Recent Cases and Trends

Join this panel of experts from across the country as they discuss and analyze the latest issues and recent important bankruptcy and insolvency decisions from the Supreme Court, circuit courts of appeals and lower courts, and what issues could soon be addressed by the appellate courts.

$25.00
$25.00

Rounding Up the Unusual Suspects: Bankruptcy for Nontraditional Debtor Entities

This panel will cover unique bankruptcy issues affecting unincorporated debtors, including general and limited partnerships, limited liability companies and trusts. Beginning with issues of eligibility and authorization to file a petition, the panelists will cover questions that arise throughout the life of a bankruptcy case, including executory contracts, fiduciary-duty disputes, sales and pledges of ownership interests, and control over these noncorporate entities.

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Twice Told Tales: Reexamining Past Precedents

Solving the LLC Puzzle in Bankruptcy

The Limited Liability Company is an ever more popular business entity structure. Its popularity makes perfect sense in that it is designed to limit owners’ personal liability and to provide greater contractual flexibility in all aspects of company ownership, management, allocations, and distributions, among many other things. LLCs may also offer significant tax benefits. However, state LLC law and its interplay with federal bankruptcy law is a minefield of trouble for the LLC debtor or where one or more members of an LLC are the debtors in a bankruptcy proceeding.

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$25.00

Cutting-Edge Chapter 11 Issues – 40 Years After the ’78 Reform Act

How Clear is “Free and Clear” under § 363? You’re a Real Character: When Can Debt Be Recharacterized as Equity? How Can I Get a One of Those: A Third Party Release?

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$25.00

Case Law Update

How To Win The Failing Case

How do you make a record with a judge who is not letting you? How do you ask to withdraw the reference, or file an interlocutory appeal, without burning your bridges with the bankruptcy judge? Hear our experts provide their views on how to survive these and other worst-case scenarios.

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