2018, 2018 Southeast Bankruptcy Workshop

Enhancing Justice, Reducing Bias: Examining the Bankruptcy System

Join the growing conversation about the intersection of race and socioeconomic barriers in bankruptcy. What are the facts? What can be done about reducing bias? What is our professional responsibility as bankruptcy professionals to overcome these barriers?

$25.00
$25.00

Litigation Skills

$25.00
$25.00

How the Three Little “Ps” — Pitching, Presentation and Performance — Can Blow Your Audience Away

Learn how to enhance your client and committee pitches, hone your panel presentations, and “wow” your court or your audience from this group of skilled advocates and public speakers. This workshop, suitable for attorneys of all levels, will provide you with tips, lessons and examples to help you improve your presentation skills.

$25.00
$25.00

Case Updates: Business and Consumer Law Developments

This panel will present a lively discussion of key issues decided in business and consumer bankruptcy cases throughout the country over the past year.

$25.00
$25.00

Accounting in the Bankruptcy Context

This panel will focus on what the numbers mean, who cares about them and why they care — and why you should care, too.

$25.00
$25.00

All Things Discharge

This panel will discuss current litigation/case law on discharge injunction violations and remedies, including sanctions.

$25.00
$25.00

The Best-Laid Plans...

This session will examine key chapter 11 plan and confirmation issues and considerations, including plan-support agreements, nonconsensual third-party plan releases, classification and voting, valuation and cramdown interest rates, and “gifting” in plans post-Jevic.

$25.00
$25.00

The Curious Case of the LLC: Often Used, but Rarely Understood

Limited liability companies are outpacing corporations as the preferred business form, but they are a newly popular type of entity. This panel will track LLC law as it rapidly evolves to deal with the unique issues LLCs present. How does the Bankruptcy Code interact with state law in handling these issues, including member- and manager-managed LLCs, single-member LLCs, LLCs as assets of an estate, charging liens, restrictions on attachment or transfer of membership interests, and forced insolvencies? Please join us as we examine the clues to unravel the case of this curious entity.

$25.00
$25.00

D&O Insurance Coverage: “The Rest of the Story”

The only D&O insurance policy issues that get much attention — in the restructuring world, at least — are (1) the insured-vs.-insured exclusion and (2) obtaining stay relief to access policy proceeds. The panel will tell the “rest of the story” by addressing important — but often overlooked — coverage issues and offering practical advice for purchasing D&O insurance policies (on behalf of distressed entities) and monetizing such policies (on behalf of fiduciaries).

$25.00
$25.00

Restaurant Bankruptcies and Restructurings: The Next Big Wave in Retail Insolvencies?

The restaurant industry, particularly the fast food and fast casual sectors, is under pressure from rising food and labor costs, the changing dining habits of millennials, and decreased foot traffic at retail shopping centers. This panel will examine those trends and explore potential strategies to maximize enterprise value, both in and out of bankruptcy court.

$25.00
$25.00
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