Legislation

NO CLE- ABI-Live: What's the Last Word on SBRA?

The long countdown to the Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) is over! The law takes effect on February 19.

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Bankruptcy Legislation in 2019 and 2020

The panel will discuss proposed and newly enacted legislation and how it will affect bankruptcy practice. The panel will review the Haven Act and other veteran legislation, the small business reorganization bill, the chapter 12 debt limit bill, various student loan bills and other legislation.

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NO CLE: Life Under the Act

Join experienced practitioners in a historical look at the U.S. Bankruptcy Code from 41 years ago to today, and where the Code may go in the future. Learn the challenges of practicing under the Bankruptcy Act in the 1970s, from the “first meeting of creditors” in front of a bankruptcy judge to reaffirmation of debt and filing two petitions for a husband and wife. How did attorneys, debtors, creditors and the courts adjust to the Code? How has the court and bar changed in terms of diversity? What is the importance of local precedent, and how was and is it disseminated?

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NO CLE: Into the Future: Where Do We Go from Here?

Take a look forward as this panel predicts where the Code will be in the next 40 years. Will venue be mandated or constricted? How will student loans be handled? What technologies will be in the courtrooms of the future? Does current case law foreshadow what is to come? How will the international insolvency landscape change? Will there even be a need for bankruptcy?

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Hot Topics: The Final Report of the ABI Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy

The panelists will discuss the findings of the ABI Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy, focusing on three areas of great interest to the Commission: (1) student loans; (2) how attorneys get paid; and (3) a “reserve fund” for chapter 13s so that debtors can save for unexpected emergency expenses.

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Access to Justice Revisited: Getting Chapter 7 Debtor Counsel Paid

Hosted by the Consumer Bankruptcy and Legislation Committees

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NO CLE - A Primer on the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act: Substance, Implementation and Legal Interpretation

Hosted by the Legislation and Commercial Fraud Committees.

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NO CLE - Consumer Commission Session: Part II

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NO CLE - Consumer Commission Session: Part I

ABI’s Consumer Commission is charged with researching and recommending improvements to the consumer bankruptcy system that can be implemented within its existing structure. Join us for the first of two commission hearings at the WLC to solicit what such changes might include, from amendments to the Bankruptcy Code and Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, to administrative rules or actions, to recommendations on proper interpretations of existing law, and other best practices that judges, trustees and lawyers can implement. The hearings will be on matters common to both chapters 7 and 13.

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