Discharge/Dischargeability

NO CLE - You Can’t Discharge Student Loans in Bankruptcy – Or Can You?: Student Lending Today: Who Borrows, How Much, Delinquency & Default Trends

David Bergeron
Center for American Progress; Washington, D.C.

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

NO CLE - You Can’t Discharge Student Loans in Bankruptcy – Or Can You?: Repayment Options: Income Based Repayment and New Lender/Servicer Programs

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

NO CLE - You Can’t Discharge Student Loans in Bankruptcy – Or Can You?: Litigation under Sect. 523(a)(8): What Proofs Are Needed? Evidence Demonstration

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

NO CLE - You Can’t Discharge Student Loans in Bankruptcy – Or Can You?: Roundtable and Interactive Discussion with Faculty

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

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.

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

NO CLE - Pigs Get Fat, Hogs Get Slaughtered: Pre-bankruptcy Planning and Dischargeability

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

NO CLE - Current Developments

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

NO CLE - Pomp and Circumstances, Part II: Evidence in Student Loan Dischargeability Claims

The information you glean from Part I needs to be viewed with the practical approach found in Part II. If you are challenging dischargeability, how do you prove it? All debtors are in a hardship, but what is an undue hardship, and again, what evidence should you have at the ready to prove the debtor’s case. Using a short vignette, this panel will address the evidentiary and practical quandaries that must be overcome in order to plead and prove a case for dischargeability of loans under Section 523(a)(8).

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

NO CLE - Pomp and Circumstances, Part I: Education Loans

Debtors frequently emerge from bankruptcy still burdened by a burgeoning student loan debt. A private “loan for an educational benefit” can limit the fresh start many debtors need is increasingly being used to test the nondischargeability of might have once been general unsecured claims. This panel will discuss the emerging issues and case law surrounding nondischargeability, as well as strategies for maximizing the benefits of the bankruptcy system for struggling debtors.

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

NO CLE - You Got an Education, Now Pay the Bill: The Dischargeability of Student Loans

Practical pointers on how to deal with student loans in the context of a chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy.

Free Session

Users are required to log in before viewing this recording. ABI Members please log in on the right with your username and password. Your audio or video will be available immediately.

If you are NEW to the site, please create an account now to access the audio or video.

If you are having trouble with log in or creating an account contact us at support@abi.org.

Syndicate content