Business Reorganization

NO CLE - Individual Chapter 11 Cases and the Absolute Priority Doctrine

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NO CLE - Convoluted Pollution: The (Sometimes) Messy Collision of Bankruptcy and Environmental Issues

This panel will discuss Freedom Industries, fracking and other issues.

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NO CLE - What’s Yours Might Not Be: Section 541 and Property of the Estate

This panel will cover issues that arise when property of the estate isn’t property of the estate, tax status issues and tax attributes, including NOLs.

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NO CLE - Disclosure? We Don’t Need No Stinking Disclosure! Rule 2014 and Ethical Conflicts of Interest

Once again, dear fans, Boris Badenough is involved in a hot chapter 11 case — this time involving Time & Lord, the owner of a failed movie franchise, “Fat Contests” (based on the book of the same name about an eat-to-the-death contest involving ordinary citizens in a future ruled by junk-food companies). Boris’s wife, Sophia, has been retained by Dallick Capital, the debtor’s investment banker, to handle the sale of the debtor’s intellectual property.

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NO CLE - ABI-Live: Proposed Chapter 14 and the Future of Large Financial Institution Resolution

Hosted By: Legislation Committee

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NO CLE - Business Update 2014

Find out the latest happenings in all of the Southern Districts. What can impact your practice? What should?

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NO CLE - The Mechanics of Prepacks: What Happens Pre-Petition, and How to Make It Stick Post-Petition

The opening line to any discussion about the current trends in chapter 11 cases is often, “Everything is a 363 sale.” Well, not everything: The other way that companies are seeking to minimize the risks of chapter 11 is through the prepack.

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NO CLE - Mass Tort Chapter 11s

Even with the asbestos cases largely resolved, chapter 11 remains the preferred — if not the only — way for debtors to address mass tort liability. Chapter 11 cases involving mass torts typically present complex and interwoven issues of jurisdiction, claims determination, choice of law, insurance, liability of third parties, injunctive protection and the like.

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NO CLE - Chief Bankruptcy Judges Hot Topics Roundtable (All) - Session 2

The workshop features Chief Bankruptcy Judges Dennis R. Dow (W.D. Mo.), C. Ray Mullins (N.D. Ga.), Brendan Linehan Shannon (D. Del.), Cecilia G. Morris (S.D.N.Y), and Barbara J. Houser (N.D. Tex.), who will discuss recent circuit splits and hot topics, including the application of the absolute priority rule in individual chapter 11 cases, artificial impairment, structured dismissals, intellectual property licenses, equitable disallowance and § 502(d) issues, and more.

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NO CLE - Chief Bankruptcy Judges Hot Topics Roundtable (All) - Session 1

The workshop features Chief Bankruptcy Judges Dennis R. Dow (W.D. Mo.), C. Ray Mullins (N.D. Ga.), Brendan Linehan Shannon (D. Del.), Cecilia G. Morris (S.D.N.Y), and Barbara J. Houser (N.D. Tex.), who will discuss recent circuit splits and hot topics, including the application of the absolute priority rule in individual chapter 11 cases, artificial impairment, structured dismissals, intellectual property licenses, equitable disallowance and § 502(d) issues, and more.

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