Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA)

Subchapter V 101: A Guide to the Bankruptcy Code’s Newest (Sub)Chapter

Subchapter V is the newest option for debtors to reorganize in bankruptcy. Learn from a panel of experienced subchapter V trustees what it is all about and how subchapter V has changed the bankruptcy landscape for the better.

$125.00
$125.00

Subchapter V: Plan Confirmations by the Numbers

This panel will examine what's involved in getting a subchapter V case across the finish line, starting with best practices for debtors as attorneys position their clients to confirm their plans. The panelists will specifically explore putting together projections and liquidation analyses, the weapons creditors have in their arsenal (including the § 1111(b) election), and the role of subchapter V trustees.

$125.00
$125.00

Subchapter V: Plan Confirmations by the Numbers

This panel will examine what's involved in getting a subchapter V case across the finish line, starting with best practices for debtors as attorneys position their clients to confirm their plans. The panelists will specifically explore putting together projections and liquidation analyses, the weapons creditors have in their arsenal (including the § 1111(b) election), and the role of subchapter V trustees.

$125.00
$125.00

Is the SBRA Here to Stay? Case Law Developments and Political Will

The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 was heralded as one of the most important pieces of bankruptcy legislation passed since BAPCPA in 2005. Has the SBRA been widely and effectively used? What important current case law issues exist? Is the SBRA here to stay? Will the $7.5 million debt limit be a permanent change? The panelists will explore these questions and more.

$125.00
$125.00

Streamlined & Speedy: Driving the Sub V Vehicle

Leading experts on Subchapter V bankruptcy will address key issues and strategies.

$125.00
$125.00

NCBJ Plenary: Participants Start Your Engines! Jeopardy, the Broken Bench Edition

2021 kicks off a new version of the Broken Bench program: Jeopardy Host, Chief Judge Pamela Pepper, will challenge contestants Judge Cate Furay, Professor Nancy Rapoport, and Demetra Liggins with educational and fun questions. The Jeopardy categories will include:

  • Famous Debtors,
  • Bricks & Mortar,
  • Supremely Strange,
  • Sex & Religion, and
  • Covid-19.
$125.00
$125.00

Politics, the Economy and Insolvency: Updates from D.C.

A year into the global pandemic, U.S. businesses and consumers remain affected in unprecedented ways. This panel of public policy and insolvency experts will share their insights and answer questions relating to the most recent federal stabilization programs, including updates to the PPP program, relief for municipalities and other relief provisions. The panelists will also discuss the administration's priorities and additional potential congressional action. Sure to be part of the discussion are student loans, the Consumer Bankruptcy Reform Act and the SBRA.

$125.00
$125.00

The Small Business Reorganization Act: How It's Going So Far

The SBRA has been in effect for a year, and for most of that time it has been operating on an increased debt limit of $7.5 million due to the pandemic. How is the SBRA currently being used, what issues have arisen, and has it been effective overall for restructuring small businesses?

$125.00
$125.00

ABI-Live: Key Concepts in Subchapter V Real Estate Cases

Hosted by ABI's Real Estate Committee
Join this panel of subchapter V trustees and attorneys counseling debtors and creditors as they review the basic tenets of the subchapter V legislation, including revisions made to the CARES Act of 2020, with a focus on real estate-based cases. Topics for discussion include unique issues in play, common types of real estate cases being filed, success stories, debtor watchouts, and misconceptions about the role of subchapter V trustees.

$125.00
$125.00

ABI-Live: Facilitation Skills for Subchapter V Trustees

Hosted by ABI's Mediation Committee
Subchapter V trustees, who are likely to be lawyers, accountants or financial advisors, often don't have any formal training in facilitation. This webinar, featuring subchapter V trustees, lawyers and a retired judge with years of experience in bankruptcy and mediation, will cover the fundamentals of facilitation — including its purpose — and basic skills trustees may wish to employ in their work.

$125.00
$125.00
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