ABI Talks (2023 Southwest Bankruptcy Conference)


  • Four Legislative Changes for Third-Party Releases
  • “DIP Order Creep”: What Can You Get Now?
  • “Person Aggrieved” and Bankruptcy Appeals
  • State of the Market

Circuit Splits & Hot Topics with Bill Rochelle

Join ABI Editor-at-Large Bill Rochelle for this fun and informative session as he and several bankruptcy judges discuss circuit splits and hot topics on important bankruptcy issues. An attendee favorite!


Valuing Litigation Claims (No C.L.E.)

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Understanding Proofs of Claim and Claims Allowances

This panel will examine what is necessary to file a proof of claim, as well as claim allowances and estimation procedures. The panelists will also discuss valuation considerations and the recovery of interest for secured and unsecured claims and no-look fees.


Update on Third-Party Releases, Injunctions and Bar Orders

Current Events with Bill Rochelle (and Guests!)

Bankruptcy judges will discuss the most talked-about current events and controversial opinions in the insolvency world with ABI Editor-at-Large Bill Rochelle.


How to Bring a § 523(a)(8) Claim

Service and Due Process in the Age of Technology

This panel will cover how to serve notice in a bankruptcy proceeding and will explain the difference between a contested proceeding and a simple notice under Rule 2002. The panelists will discuss how a notice can also become a contested proceeding by virtue of notice. Sounds confusing? It isn’t, yet it is incredibly important to ensure that due process is followed. You may have a lengthy list of creditors in your client’s chapter 13 case, but if only 15 creditors file claims, why should the remaining creditors be noticed after the claims deadline has passed?


NO CLE - Commercial: Boardroom Issues When Considering the "Texas Two-Step" and Proposing Third-Party Releases in a Bankruptcy Plan

Sponsored by Holland & Knight LLP

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