ABI Live Webinars, 2016

NO CLE - ABI-Live: Administration of a Mega Ponzi Scheme Case: Receivership v. Bankruptcy

CO-HOSTED BY ABI AND THE THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FEDERAL EQUITY RECEIVERS
Ponzi scheme cases almost always have a hard landing in either a bankruptcy or receivership proceeding. Depending on which administrative filter is imposed on a Ponzi scheme case, the rights of the fiduciary administering the case as well as the rights of creditors and investors can vary significantly.

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NO CLE - ABI-Live: 2nd Circuit Decision in GM Increases Risk of Successor Liability for Purchasers

John Hutton and Henry Jaffe will discuss the recent Second Circuit successor liability decision in the General Motors case, which reversed the decision of the bankruptcy court, and exposed “New GM” to successor liability claims by various categories of plaintiffs who sustained (largely economic) injuries prior to the sale as a result of the ignition switch defect, but did not receive actual notice of the sale.

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No CLE - ABI-Live: Procedures and Strategies for Effective Mediation of Ch.5 Claims and Causes of Actions

The webinar will discuss various rules and orders governing the process of mediation in bankruptcy, focusing on Ch.5 causes of action. The webinar also explores time tested strategies for resolving avoidance actions at the mediation.

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NO CLE - ABI-Live: 546(e) and 547(c)(6) Safe Harbors: Expand or Limit?

HOSTED BY THE LEGISLATION COMMITTEE

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NO CLE - ABI-Live: How Criminal or Regulatory Proceedings Affect the Estate’s Pursuit of Claims

This webinar will focus on how pending criminal or regulatory proceedings may affect the estate’s pursuit of litigation claims arising from a commercial fraud case. Speakers will address the Fifth Amendment, coordinating with the criminal and regulatory authorities for items such as file-access requests to the SEC, potential stays of civil litigation, asset forfeitures, and more! This panel not only includes attorneys who have dealt with these issues, but also attorneys who previously worked for the U.S. Attorney’s Office or the SEC.

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NO CLE - ABI Live Webinar: Yes, Bankruptcy Practitioners Need to Know about the CFPB

Do you work with consumers, financial service providers, student lenders, banks, mortgage lenders, servicers, or brokers in bankruptcy matters? If so, this must-attend webinar will introduce you to the CFPB and update you on its past and current activities. Understand why, even in a bankruptcy, you need to learn about the CFPB.

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No CLE - ABI-Live: Labor Issues in Coal Cases

This program explores various labor-related issues arising in large chapter 11 cases, specifically as they related to proceedings involving coal producers. Panelists will focus on topics such as workforce implications of bankruptcy, rejection of collective bargaining agreements, payment of benefits to retirees, the Coal Act, the Black Lung Act, and the role of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. The discussion will offer perspectives from recent coal cases and practical suggestions for analyzing labor-related questions in the current chapter 11 environment.

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NO CLE - ABI Live Webinar: The Importance of Prebankruptcy Planning to Maximize the Value of Customer Data and IP

PRESENTED BY THE BUSINESS REORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
This webinar will address the increasingly significant topic of how to maximize the value of customer data and intellectual property in chapter 11 cases. In particular, the panelists will address the importance of adding intellectual property and customer data to a company’s pre-bankruptcy “checklist,” value maximization best practices, the role of consumer privacy ombudsmen and governmental entities in connection with sales under Section 363, and potential privacy and other pitfalls faced by debtors in chapter 11 cases.

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NO CLE - ABI Live Webinar: Consumer Bankruptcy Forms Follow Up - Proof of Claim & Secured Claim Supplement

PRESENTED BY THE CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY COMMITTEE
Effective December 1, 2015, most official bankruptcy forms were updated and reformatted. On November 16th, the Consumer Bankruptcy Committee hosted a webinar that introduced and discussed many of the pending changes to the forms. The committee is now hosting a follow up webinar where speakers will discuss B 410, the proof of claim form; and B 410 - A, the supplement for a secured claim in a debtor’s residence.

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No CLE - ABI-Live: Restructuring of Continuing Care Retirement Communities

HOSTED BY: HEALTH CARE AND SECURED CREDIT COMMITTEES

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