Bankruptcy Litigation

ABI Talks (2018 Winter Leadership Confrence)

This year the conference opens with ABI Talks, one of our highest-rated programs ever! Based on the incredibly popular “TED Talks” format, ABI Talks address diverse and interesting bankruptcy topics. If you consider yourself a bankruptcy guru, or just want to be one, you will not want to miss this featured session!

DID THAT REALLY HAPPEN IN COURT TODAY?

$50.00
$50.00

Consumer Workshop III: The Perfect Storm: Working with Trustees and Navigating Complex Cases

This panel will delve into the roles of chapter 7 trustees and debtor’s counsel in complex cases, including (1) due diligence, planning and preparation for chapter 7 cases; (2) trustees' perspectives (when to start digging); (3) dealing with business ownership interests in individual cases; (4) risks to individual principals when entities file bankruptcy; and (5) getting paid in complex cases.

$50.00
$50.00

Good Will Hunting and Other Timely Commercial Law Issues in Bankruptcy

This panel will address issues related to (1) whether a blanket lienholder has a lien on the going concern or goodwill of a debtor under Article 9 of the UCC and how this complicated issue works out in the context of a chapter 11 case, (2) navigating §552 in regards to the post-petition effect of a pre-petition security interests, and (3) reclamation claims under §503(b)(9), including disputes between inventory lienholders and reclamation claimholders, and questions of when receipt of goods occurs, whether goods delivered to a debtor’s customer qualify for reclamation, and whether utility serv

$50.00
$50.00

Some Like It Hot: Topics and Rules Update

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.

$50.00
$50.00

No CLE - ABI-Live: The Intersection of Bankruptcy and Intellectual Property

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NO CLE - Appealing Bankruptcy Decisions

This session will consider what an attorney can do after receiving an adverse decision from the bankruptcy court, including strategic considerations, as well as the nuts-and-bolts procedures in deciding whether to appeal and in prosecuting an appeal. What decisions are appealable as final orders? What decisions require permission to appeal on an interlocutory basis? What are the applicable Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure governing appeals, and what requirements do they impose? What is the standard of review for an appeal of an incorrect legal decision?

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NO CLE - Litigation Skills

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NO CLE - ABI Talks

Join us for a round of the “ABI Talks,” with speakers focusing on the ABI Consumer Commission, litigation finance in bankruptcy, transfers and more.

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NO CLE - Selecting and Advocating Expert Witnesses

This panel will address the selection and use of expert witnesses, including tips on how to select an expert, how to prepare an expert and what a judge might find most useful.

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NO CLE - Hiring and Roles of Receivers and Examiners

This panel will focus on the selection and roles of receivers and examiners, addressing various authorities for the hiring of receivers and examiners and the differences between state and federal law. The panelists will also describe the role of such professionals and provide examples, such as how to deal with governmental entities.

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