April 08, 2015

101/201 Practice Series: Bankruptcy Law - ABA Young Lawyers Division

  • A Primer on Adequate Protection - Under Section 361 of the Bankruptcy Code
  • An Analysis on Conflict Issues in Debtor Representation (Part 1 of 2)
  • An Overview of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
  • Arbitration Agreements in Bankruptcy
  • Bankruptcy 101: When Is Bankruptcy Right for Your Corporate Client?
  • Bankruptcy 101(A): Dissolution & Debt
  • Can an Environmental Claim Survive Bankruptcy?
  • Chapter 15:  Ancillary And OTHER Cross-Border Cases
  • Contested Matters Compared to Adversary Proceedings
  • Creditor and Creditor Committee Conflicts in Representation (Part 2 of 2)
  • Defending Your Creditor Client's Claim Against a Debtor in Bankruptcy
  • Direct Appeals to Circuit Courts under BAPCPA
  • Dissecting Financial Contracts and Their Treatment Post-BAPCPA
  • Important Changes for Small Business Debtors under BAPCPA
  • Navigating Electronic Discovery Issues
  • Pre-Bankruptcy Planning
  • Proof of Claims in Bankruptcy: Covering Your Client
  • Reaffirmation Agreement Basics in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
  • Substantive Consolidation Under the Bankruptcy Code
  • Tax Consequences to Consider When Restructuring Debt
  • The Pitfalls of Bankruptcy and Divorce
  • Treatment of Student Loans in Bankruptcy
  • Understanding Abstention
  • Understanding Withdrawal of the Reference
  • When is Bankruptcy Right for Your Individual Client?

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