2015 Annual Spring Meeting, 2013

NO CLE - When Divorce and Bankruptcy Collide, Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

Consumer Track: When Divorce and Bankruptcy Collide, Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

The panel will explore the overlapping and sometimes conflicting state and federal objectives and law that can lead to unfair results when a bankruptcy proceeding intervenes in a divorce case.

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NO CLE - The Appellate Process

Consumer Track: The Appellate Process

This panel will explore recent issues in appellate practice that are of interest to both consumer and business practitioners, including the ability to bypass intermediary appellate courts and take appeals directly to the circuit courts.

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NO CLE - The Individual Conundrum-Chapter 7, 11 or 13?

Consumer Track: Individual Conundrum—Chapter 7, 11 or 13?

Deciding on the appropriate chapter for an individual contemplating a bankruptcy filing can be daunting. This panel will explore the considerations that guide the practitioner in advising individual clients in making this decision.

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NO CLE - 17th Annual Great Debates

17th Annual Great Debates

Past Presidents’ Debate
Resolved: The Bankruptcy Code should be revised to eliminate a debtor in possession's and trustee's ability to recover preferential transfers.

Judicial Debate
Resolved: A claim against the debtor’s estate, transferred to a third party, should be treated the same as if in the hands of the original holder.

Consumer Debate
Resolved: An attorney in a consumer case should be able to limit the scope of her employment.

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NO CLE - BK 360 Revisited: ABI Past-Presidents Panel

BK 360 Revisited: ABI Past-Presidents Panel

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NO CLE - Creditors’ Committees and the Role of Indenture Trustees and Related Issues

Chapter 11 Track: Creditors’ Committees and the Role of Indenture Trustees and Related Issues

This panel will focus on the unique issues facing the indenture trustee when it elects to serve on a creditors’ committee, including how to balance potentially conflicting fiduciary duties, how to get paid, how to navigate through the plan-negotiation process and other similar types of issues.

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NO CLE - Chapter 9s, Nonprofits and Other Nontraditional Restructuring Processes

Chapter 11 Track: Chapter 9s, Nonprofits and Other Nontraditional Restructuring Processes

The financial crisis has taken its toll on municipalities as evidenced by the increasing number of chapter 9 petitions over the last couple of years. Nonprofits have also faced challenges of their own and are increasingly finding themselves in bankruptcy court. This panel will explore the cutting-edge issues involved in these and other nontraditional restructuring processes.

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NO CLE - Mediation: An Irrational Approach to a Rational Result

This panel will focus on the irrational biases for decision-making in bankruptcy. The essence of bankruptcy is deciding how to divide the debtor's metaphorical shrinking economic pie among qualified creditors. At its optimum, bankruptcy decision-making is efficient and rational. However, at other times even the most skilled bankruptcy practitioners are stymied by the inability of bankruptcy participants to make seemingly rational business decisions. Why can't everyone be rational? Decision-making is not a rational process.

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NO CLE - Current Issues for Financial Advisors in Bankruptcy Cases

Financial Advisors Track: Current Issues for Financial Advisors in Bankruptcy Cases

This panel will discuss the various governance, operational and quasi-legal issues that financial advisors deal with on a day-to-day basis before, during and after the commencement of a chapter 11 case. Topics will include addressing management fraud, dealing with ERISA/labor/WARN Act/union issues, navigating corporate governance issues, Dodd-Frank compliance, and the state of the law on pursuit of accounting and securities fraud claims.

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NO CLE - The Ethical Compass: Multiple Ethical Schemes Applicable to Financial Advisors

Financial Advisors Track: The Ethical Compass: Multiple Ethical Schemes Applicable to Financial Advisors

This panel will focus on the variety of rules, statutes and codes that govern the conduct of financial advisors, including the Bankruptcy Code and Rules, TMA and AIRA Codes of Ethics, Licensure rules (e.g., for CPAs), state law governing trustee roles, etc.

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