Bankruptcy Litigation

The Evolution of Legal Technology and the Impact of Automation on Our Lives

With the advent of machine learning, robotics, the Internet of things, and big data, society has found itself in the midst of a fast-paced technological revolution. As technology continues to evolve, we will likely see software, machines and robots increasingly being used to automate everyday tasks. The legal world is no different. This panel will explore the evolution of legal tech and its effects on your day-to-day tasks.

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NO CLE - What’s Your Role?: Adult in the Room

This session will highlight the role of financial advisors, investment bankers, examiners, local counsel, plan officers and guardians.

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NO CLE - The Ascendance of Common Law and the Demise of Equity in Bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy Litigation

This panel will address some hotly contested issues in the context of a bankruptcy case, including fraud and fiduciary duty litigation. Judge Santoro will also share his views on when parties should seek guidance from the court to resolve certain disputes, including when counsel should request in-chamber conferences. Finally, the panelists will also provide some “best practice” tips for when you find yourself embroiled in contentious litigation.

$50.00
$50.00

Experts: Who, What, When & Where

Evidentiary Focus on Deposition, Cross-Examination & Testimony Prep

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$50.00

Bankruptcy & Class Action Convergence

This panel will discuss recent developments in bankruptcy court class actions, including class proofs of claim, class settlements embedded in chapter 11 plans, arbitration and class action waivers, and jurisdictional issues affecting a bankruptcy court’s authority to preside over putative nationwide class actions by debtors for discharge violations and other similar claims.

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Bankruptcy Litigation

The panelists will provide a § 546(e) safe harbors update, including how state law preemption will be applied post-Merit; jurisdictional issues in Relativity; the debt-recharacterization circuit split and Supreme Court withdrawal of cert in PEM v.

$50.00
$50.00

Bankruptcy Litigation

The panelists will provide a § 546(e) safe harbors update, including how state law preemption will be applied post-Merit; jurisdictional issues in Relativity; the debt-recharacterization circuit split and Supreme Court withdrawal of cert in PEM v.

$50.00
$50.00

Circuit Splits and Other Hot Topics in the Consumer Arena

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$50.00
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