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SSF Network Webinar Series|What Commercial Litigators and Non-Bankruptcy Attorneys Should Know
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SSF Network Webinar Series|What Commercial Litigators and Non-Bankruptcy Attorneys Should Know

 Export to Your Calendar 4/27/2017
When: Thursday, April 27, 2017
4:00 PM
Where: United States

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Creditor Rights/Bankruptcy Basics: What Commercial Litigators and Non-Bankruptcy Attorneys Should Know

Thursday, April 27, 2017 | 4 p.m. EDT

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Some of the most complex litigation and transactional matters are now being dealt with in bankruptcy courts across the nation. Recently, commercial litigators and transactional attorneys are appearing in bankruptcy courts to pursue matters that previously had been relegated to state or federal district courts. Although bankruptcy litigation and general civil litigation or transactional work may appear similar, there are important differences. This webinar will provide a basic framework for commercial litigators and transactional attorneys who are not familiar with creditors’ rights or bankruptcy.

Issues that will be discussed include: 1) the types of bankruptcy proceedings and key players in bankruptcy cases, 2) the nature of the bankruptcy court, 3) the bankruptcy court’s jurisdiction and procedural rules, 4) the effects of the automatic stay, 5) the process to establish a “claim,” 6) the first meeting of creditors, 7) rules regarding preference and fraudulent conveyances, and 8) the discharge and the dischargeability of debt.

Speakers:

  • Juliet Y. Oh, Partner, Neale, Bender, Yoo & Brill LLP
  • John W. Kim, Senior Counsel,ADLI Law Group

Code words will be used to monitor attendance during the live webinar. NAPABA will provide attendance certificates to members for attending the webinar. It is up to individual members to determine whether the webinar qualifies for credit (and what kind) in their state.

Please e-mail Kristin Haugen, chair of the CLE & Programming Sub-committee of the SSF Network at kc@kchaugenlaw.comwith any questions.

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