2019, 2019 24th Annual Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference

When Adequate Protection Is Not Adequate

This panel focuses on the most important adequate-protection issues, including current cash payments in the form of legal fees for “secured” creditors, how diminution in value claims for different types of assets are determined, how intercreditor agreements may limit junior secured creditors’ rights to demand and receive adequate protection, and the valuation of assets.

$50.00
$50.00

Consumer Workshop III: The Perfect Storm: Working with Trustees and Navigating Complex Cases

This panel will delve into the roles of chapter 7 trustees and debtor’s counsel in complex cases, including (1) due diligence, planning and preparation for chapter 7 cases; (2) trustees' perspectives (when to start digging); (3) dealing with business ownership interests in individual cases; (4) risks to individual principals when entities file bankruptcy; and (5) getting paid in complex cases.

$50.00
$50.00

Witness: The Honorable Practice of Bankruptcy

Witness: The Honorable Practice of Bankruptcy

$50.00
$50.00

Good Will Hunting and Other Timely Commercial Law Issues in Bankruptcy

This panel will address issues related to (1) whether a blanket lienholder has a lien on the going concern or goodwill of a debtor under Article 9 of the UCC and how this complicated issue works out in the context of a chapter 11 case, (2) navigating §552 in regards to the post-petition effect of a pre-petition security interests, and (3) reclamation claims under §503(b)(9), including disputes between inventory lienholders and reclamation claimholders, and questions of when receipt of goods occurs, whether goods delivered to a debtor’s customer qualify for reclamation, and whether utility serv

$50.00
$50.00

Consumer Workshop I: My Cousin Vinny: Evidence and Trial Skills

Consumer Workshop I: My Cousin Vinny: Evidence and Trial Skills in Consumer Bankruptcy Cases, Including Challenges in Consumer Representation: Part I

For part II, visit https://cle.abi.org/product/my-cousin-vinny-evidence-and-trial-skills-co...

$50.00
$50.00

Walk the Line: Pushing Lenders' Rights to the Limits

$50.00
$50.00

A License to Kill: Executory IP Contracts, Licenses and Intellectual Property Transactions in Bankruptcy

This panel will discuss exclusive and non-exclusive IP licenses and executory contract assumption as well as the assignment of IP Licenses, security interests in IP Licenses and a case study regarding the valuation and marketing of IP in the context of insolvency or forced sales.

$50.00
$50.00

The Matrix: New Technology in Bankruptcy: Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Blockchain and Virtual Currency

Join a panel of technology experts as they explore how cutting-edge technology is impacting the practice of law in the bankruptcy sector. Panelists discuss the up-and-coming role of artificial intelligence in legal research and case analysis and issues of cybersecurity. The panelists next shift its focus to a discussion of how blockchain and virtual currency might influence your next case. Do not get left behind; come learn how the future has arrived for bankruptcy practitioners.

$50.00
$50.00

A Fistful of Dollars: Thorny Chapter 11 Plan Confirmation Issues and How to Address Them

This panel will explore four challenging chapter 11 plan confirmation issues and potential ways to resolve them: (1) the appropriate cramdown interest rate; (2) the absolute priority rule; (3) plan exculpations and releases; and (4) creative ways to treat recalcitrant creditors (including unimpairment, reinstatement, contract assumption and other means).

$50.00
$50.00
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