2016, 2016 34th Annual Spring Meeting

NO CLE - Ethics and Civility in Bankruptcy Practice

Do the rules of civility ensure that lawyers play nicely in the sandbox? This panel will focus on the growth of civility obligations for lawyers, as well as other developments in legal ethics.

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NO CLE - Judges Hot Topics

A roundtable discussion with a select group of bankruptcy judges will focus on breaking issues and best practices for professionals.

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NO CLE - Understanding D&O and E&O Policy Issues in Bankruptcy

D&O and E&O policies are often one of the few major assets of a bankruptcy estate that are available for estate monetization. This expert panel will discuss coverage issues and provide insight into common and esoteric issues in bankruptcy cases involving D&O and E&O policies.

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NO CLE - 20th Annual Great Debates

Resolved: Unsecured creditors entitled to post-petition interest can only be paid at the federal judgment rate.
Pro: Rachel C. Strickland
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP; New York
Con: Joseph H. Smolinsky
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP; New York

Resolved: Actual fraud under § 523(a)(2)(A) is limited to misrepresentation.
Pro: G. Eric Brunstad,
Dechert LLP; Hartford, Conn.
Con: Danielle Spinelli .
WilmerHale; Washington, D.C.

Resolved: Negative-notice procedure is sufficient to
establish consent under § 363(f).
Pro: Hon. Thomas J. Catliota

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