2020, 2020 Insolvency Summit

NCBJ: Private Credit Lenders and the Changing Dynamic of Chapter 11

Unregulated and nontraditional capital providers are sources of end-to-end liquidity from origination through chapter 11 and from middle-market to mega cases. This panel will consider the motivations and aims of these market participants, and how they are likely to change the character of the next restructuring cycle.

$125.00
$125.00

AIRA: SBRA — A Lot of Ground Has Been Covered Since February

Type “Small Business Reorganization Act” or “Subchapter V” into your search engine, and there is no lack of questions that have been posed: what the Act means, the CARES amendment, pros and cons, and whether it’s been good for businesses (the answer: maybe not). With all this interest, there is no doubt that the Act is having an impact. Questions about its implementation are being answered as the days go by and as more and more cases find their way into the courts. This session will focus on the results to date, the questions that have been settled, and the questions still in need of answers.

$125.00
$125.00

NCBJ: Restructuring in the Wake of Coronavirus

The economic catastrophe created by the Coronavirus is unique. In the past, recessions have been prompted by sustained periods of high interest rates. This recession has been caused by a virus and it is hitting the United States and world economy already saddled with record levels of debt. Almost all businesses are dealing with the prospect of sudden ends to cash flow, yet a relatively new generation of companies, "zombies" who earn too little to make even interest payments on their debt are faced with the ultimate challenge.

$125.00
$125.00

American College/NCBJ: Current Developments in Cross-Border Practices

This program will present expert practitioner and judicial ABI Views on current developments in chapter 15 practice, including new decisions and legislative proposals. It will also introduce the new UNCITRAL model law as to enterprise group insolvency, and discuss developments in cross-border practice with Mexico.

$125.00
$125.00

NCBJ: SBRA: So Many Choices, So Little Time - Electing to Proceed Under Subchapter V

This panel will explore some of the more difficult aspects of cases under subchapter V, including the considerations that debtors face when making the election to proceed under subchapter V and a discussion of the earliest decisions interpreting the new statute.

$125.00
$125.00

Bankruptcy By the Numbers: The Next Chapter in Filing Trends

Survey the landscape of current filing trends and gain an informed statistical perspective of what may happen next in bankruptcy. Join experts as they examine data provided by Epiq, statistical partner to ABI and a Premier Sponsor of the Insolvency 2020 Virtual Summit.

$125.00
$125.00
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CBF: IP Assets Caught in the Bankruptcy Rip Tide

Intellectual Property assets present unique challenges in bankruptcy. Article 9 financing statements may or may not be enforceable, and, in some instances, may actually be to your client’s detriment. Can a debtor assume and assign IP rights? Revoke them by rejecting a license? How is a security interest in intellectual property perfected and enforced? How you define the intellectual property assets can greatly impact your client’s rights, and those rights are constantly changing.

$125.00
$125.00

ABA: Gender & Judging: Does the Gender of the Judge Matter in Bankruptcy Court Adjudications?

For two years this group has studied the influence of a judge’s gender on the processing and outcomes in bankruptcy cases. Leveraging several studies in non-bankruptcy cases on whether gender influences judicial decision making, this study has looked at 837 student loan discharge opinions and compared the outcomes of those cases based on the gender of the judge and the gender of the debtor. The results demonstrate a statistically significant difference in the way men and women decide such cases.

$125.00
$125.00

CLLA: Hot Issues in the Restructuring of a Healthcare Industry Business

The healthcare industry in general, and hospitals in particular, have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in many respects. At its most basic level, the impact has been devastating financially. The restructuring of a healthcare entity, whether in or out of court, raises unique and significant issues, in large part because federal and state governments pay for the bulk of medical care in the United States and the industry is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the nation.

$125.00
$125.00

ABA: Pro Bono (CLE): Helping Those Who Have Borne the Battle — Working with Veterans, Service Members and Their Families on Financial Issues

This panel will discuss areas in which debt-collection laws and the bankruptcy system treat service members, veterans and their families (especially disabled service members and their beneficiaries) differently from civilians.

$125.00
$125.00
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