Professional Compensation/Fees

NO CLE - Committee Educational Sessions - Business Reorganization/Secured Credit/Ethics & Professional Compensation

Dilemmas of Dying Businesses: Practical and Ethical Issues to Consider When Representing Businesses that Are on Death’s Doorstep

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NO CLE - Business Track: Living under the U.S. Trustee Guidelines

"As the U.S. Trustee guidelines for large chapter 11 cases are nearing their six-month anniversary, this panel will discuss how the guidelines have been implemented, what reception they have received from the courts and whether they have changed the way large chapter 11 cases are administered."

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NO CLE - Where the Work Is (and Isn’t)

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NO CLE - Getting Employed, Getting Paid and Getting Appointed: Developments in Retention and Compensation of Professionals and Appointment of Examiners and Chapter 11 Trustees

This panel will discuss the new U.S. Trustee Fee Guidelines, recent developments in disinterestedness and conflicts, and the appointment of examiners and chapter 11 trustees.

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NO CLE - Business Session: Compensation for Professionals — Common Mistakes in Fee App Formatting and Content, New UST Guidelines, and What Is Unreasonable?

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NO CLE - Great Debates!

A. Absolute Priority Rule in Individual Chapter 11s
John A. Anthony
Anthony & Partners, LLC; Tampa
Michael C. Markham
Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, LLP; Clearwater

B. Lifestyle Issues in Individual Chapter 11s
David S. Jennis
Jennis & Bowen, P.L.; Tampa
Frank P. Terzo
GrayRobinson, PA; Miami

C. Exculpation of Professionals in Chapter 11 Plans
Charles A. Postler
Stichter, Riedel, Blain & Prosser, PA; Tampa
Joseph Samet
Baker & McKenzie LLP; New York

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NO CLE - Ethics: The New World Order — A Comparison of Ethical Issues with Respect to Retention and Compensation of Restructuring Professionals in the U.S./Caribbean

In 2013, ABI issued its Final Report of the ABI National Ethics Task Force, and the Executive Office for U.S. Trustees set forth new guidelines for reviewing applications for compensation and reimbursement of expenses filed under § 330 of the Bankruptcy Code for attorneys in larger chapter 11 cases. In addition, the Cayman Islands and the Bahamas have experienced developments with respect to retention and compensation of attorneys. This panel will discuss the ethical implications of these developments.

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NO CLE - Business Reorganization/Ethics and Professional Compensation/Financial Advisors and Investment Banking

The Jay Alix Protocol Revisited: What Is It, How and When Has It Been/Is It Applied, Should It Be Applied Rigidly or Loosely, and Does a Viable Alternative Exist? Tips for Lawyers and Financial Professionals in Dealing with the Protocol

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NO CLE - ABI presents - Supreme Court Preview

With the Supreme Court due to hear oral argument on a critical bankruptcy case on January 14, ABI has released the following free video preview of the upcoming High Court bankruptcy cases. This 75 minute program features ABI Resident Scholar Kara Bruce talking with noted appellate advocate and law professor Eric Brunstad (Dechert LLP; Hartford, Conn.). Eric has argued many cases before the Court and is an expert in bankruptcy appellate practice. He discusses in depth Law v.

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NO CLE - Supreme Court Preview

A Preview of upcoming Supreme Court bankruptcy cases, featuring ABI Resident Scholar Kara Bruce talking with Eric Brunstad of Dechert LLP (Hartford, Conn.) to preview the bankruptcy cases that the Supreme Court will consider during its 2013 term. Brunstad, who has argued many cases before the Court and is an expert in bankruptcy appellate practice, discusses in depth Law v. Siegel, which questions whether the court may use its general equitable authority under §105 of the Bankruptcy Code to surcharge a debtor's exempt assets, and Executive Benefits Insurance Agency v.

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