Bankruptcy Litigation

NO CLE - Current Topics in Bankruptcy Litigation (Trying Cases in Trying Times Without Trying Your Judges Patience)

Litigation claims are often the most valuable estate assets especially in our growing trend toward liquidating cases. This panel will explore litigation trends, strategies and alternative theories of recovery reflective of the need to focus on litigation in the absence of traditional reorganization. Pick up some helpful trial tips and practice pointers ranging from identifying causes of action, choosing your jurisdiction, engaging professionals, preparing experts and readying yourself for trial.

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NO CLE - The Open-Pit Copper Mine: Bringing Value to the Surface—Effectively Trying Contested Matters

The key elements to trying contested matters are planning, writing effective pleadings, knowing rules of evidence, knowing when to use expert testimony and having a strong oral argument. The techniques, among others, are discussed in this panel.

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NO CLE - Evidence: What It Is, Why You Need It, and How to Get It Admitted

This panel will discuss valuation, motion to lift stay, objections to claim and adversaries.

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