Professional Compensation/Fees

Young Lawyers Track: Getting Engaged and Getting Paid

This panel will discuss the intricacies of getting retained as a professional in large chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, including handling disclosures and conflict issues that might arise. In addition, the panel will delve into the nuances of filing fee applications and avoiding pitfalls under the Jay Alix Protocol and Large Fee Case Guidelines.

$50.00
$50.00

Third-Party Litigation Financing

This panel will discuss the use of third-party litigation financing in bankruptcy and in litigation and liquidation trust matters, and will address such issues as the different causes of actions and general characteristics of litigation considered, uses for funds and the general structure of financing, ethical issues concerning the funder relationship, and examples of successful uses of litigation financing — as well as things that can go wrong and how to avoid them.

$50.00
$50.00

Fee-Application/Compensation Issues

This panel will explore a variety of hot-button compensation issues, as well as practical issues that arise when parties seek payment under the Bankruptcy Code, including best practices for working with fee examiners, implications of ASARCO four years later, considerations in formulating interim compensation procedures and issues related to non-attorney compensation.

$50.00
$50.00

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Experts: Who, What, When & Where

Retention Issues

This panel will discuss the retention issues under Section 327 v. 362, Jay Alix Protocol, and other retention topics.

$50.00
$50.00

Access to Bankruptcy Justice: Expanding Opportunities (Ethics Panel)

Individuals with disabilities or with limited English proficiency often require accommodations to successfully access the relief afforded by the bankruptcy system. This requirement applies whether individuals are debtors or creditors. The panelists will discuss accessibility issues and the provision of reasonable accommodations to enable debtors or creditors with differing abilities to access the bankruptcy system.

$50.00
$50.00

Access to Bankruptcy Justice: Expanding Opportunities (Ethics Panel)

Individuals with disabilities or with limited English proficiency often require accommodations to successfully access the relief afforded by the bankruptcy system. This requirement applies whether individuals are debtors or creditors. The panelists will discuss accessibility issues and the provision of reasonable accommodations to enable debtors or creditors with differing abilities to access the bankruptcy system.

$50.00
$50.00
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