The Many Roles of a Neutral in Bankruptcy

This panel will explore the various roles of neutrals in bankruptcy, including applicable provisions of the Bankruptcy Code and Rules, as well as the limitations on the use of neutrals in bankruptcy. Examples of neutral roles in bankruptcy include mediators, fee examiners, subchapter V trustees, and mass tort personal-injury plan administrators. Limitations on the use of neutrals in bankruptcy can be found in Bankruptcy Rule 9031, and there is growing support to modify the rule to eliminate this limitation.

Price: $125.00
SKU: 237020
60 mins
Edward L. Schnitzer, Moderator | Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP | New York Kenneth R. Feinberg | Law Offices of Kenneth R. Feinberg, PC | Washington, D.C. Hon. Barbara J. Houser (ret.) | Barbara J Houser LLC | Dallas Sylvia A. Mayer | S. Mayer Law PLLC | Houston