Consumer Bankruptcy

Consumer Bankruptcy Trends

The panelists will take an interactive look at recent developments, trends and cases of note in consumer chapter 7 and chapter 13 cases, including issues related to the new chapter 13 forms, the effect of the new tax bill on consumer debtors, the intersection between consumer bankruptcy and the cannabis industry, the current lending environment, trustee avoidance claims to recover payments for tuition/loan payments, filing trends and other issues.

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Debtor Toolbox: How to Effectively Address Mortgage-Servicing Issues

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Consumer Commission: Final Report & Discussion

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Consumer Law Developments

This panel will present a lively discussion of key issues decided in consumer bankruptcy cases throughout the country over the past year.

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Taking Your Individual Chapter 11 Through Plan Confirmation

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All Things Motor Vehicles in Bankruptcy

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Practice Pointers: When Bankruptcy and Consumer-Protection Statutes Collide

The same circumstances that lead debtors to bankruptcy often give rise to claims under various consumer-protection statutes. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s mortgage-servicing rules, and similar consumer-protection rules and statutes can have substantial impacts on the creditor/debtor relationship.

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Violations of the Automatic Stay and the Discharge Injunction

This panel will discuss current developments in the law in the First and Second Circuits for both violations of the automatic stay and discharge injunction. We will analyze the unique consequences debtors may face when filing for bankruptcy and what might or might not violate the automatic stay (e.g., revocation of a driver’s license after an uninsured motorist files), and how corporations are able to address stay violations.

$50.00
$50.00

Practice Pointers: When Bankruptcy and Consumer-Protection Statutes Collide

The same circumstances that lead debtors to bankruptcy often give rise to claims under various consumer-protection statutes. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s mortgage-servicing rules, and similar consumer-protection rules and statutes can have substantial impacts on the creditor/debtor relationship.

$50.00
$50.00

Violations of the Automatic Stay and the Discharge Injunction

This panel will discuss current developments in the law in the First and Second Circuits for both violations of the automatic stay and discharge injunction. We will analyze the unique consequences debtors may face when filing for bankruptcy and what might or might not violate the automatic stay (e.g., revocation of a driver’s license after an uninsured motorist files), and how corporations are able to address stay violations.

$50.00
$50.00
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