Living Life Deliberately
By Shayna M. Steinfeld
This Sound Advice discusses how to live life deliberately and addresses the issues of: what is “success”? How does one define “success”?
Experts Reports and Depositions
By Faten Sabry
The program provides a list of what to do and what to expect when dealing with expert reports and expert depositions with a few hypothetical examples.
Evidentiary Objections in Bankruptcy Court Trials
This piece discusses evidentiary objections salient to bankruptcy court bench trials.
Defending Fraudulent Transfers Under Section 548(c) of the Bankruptcy Code
How do you defend a claim seeking to avoid and recover a fraudulent transfer made with the actual intent to hinder, delay, or defraud creditors when the defendant was not the wrongdoer? The Bankruptcy Code and case law provide little practical guidance, but this Sound Advice may help.
Committee Solicitation: Do’s and Don’ts
Melissa Root shares her experiences on the best practices and ethical considerations when soliciting a bankruptcy committee counsel representation.
Settlements in Bankruptcy
Delaware litigators Marcos Ramos and Rachel Biblo explain why you might need to put in a little extra time to fully understand the unique nature of bankruptcy settlements.
The Revised U.S. Trustee Fee Guidelines
New guidelines help clarify and codify rules pertaining to trustee fees. Curtis Miller outlines the seven major changes to the guidelines and hints at their implications for the future.
Bankruptcy Litigation Basics
Bankruptcy attorney Mark Platt examines how litigating in bankruptcy court is different from litigating in state court.