2016 Virtual Bankruptcy Workshop

2016 VIRTUAL BANKRUPTCY WORKSHOP
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INCLUDES: All Materials, Certificate of Attendance, Seminar Recordings, Live Q&A

The Cutting Edge: Hot Topics and Cool Trends
Presented by: Tara Twomey, Esq.

Tara will plumb the depths of current consumer bankruptcy issues identified by NCBRC, NACBA’s amicus project including the latest on the McCoy rule, the application of judicial estoppel to unlisted claims, the dischargeability of restitution and court debt, debt for dirt (paying claims with property of the estate), vesting, and more.

Even Cruisers Have Fears: Getting Over Your Triskaidekaphobia!
Straight talk about Chapter 13
Presented by: Hank Hildebrand Esq. & John Rao, Esq.

Learn how to build a Chapter 13 practice. Plus learn recent developments in Chapter 13, creative uses of chapter 13 plans and creative plan terms, how to successfully litigate confirmation issues, when to challenge your Trustee and more.

Dry Docking Aggressive Trustees: Getting the Overreaching Chapter 7 Trustee Out of the Water and on to the Shore!
Presented by: Richard H. Nemeth, Esq. & Paul Maschmeyer Esq.

Are your clients being subject to out of line requests and turnover actions by overbearing Trustees? We will discuss methods of dealing with these actions including responding to information requests, use of extensions of time to object to requests by the Trustee and how to use the political system to help your client. Learn how to defend turnover of mass tort awards and college tuition fraudulent conveyance litigation, and how to exclude inherited IRA from property of the estate (In re Clark). Stop requests to turn over convenience accounts and use secured creditor carve outs to help your client, not hurt them, and much more.

Find a Treasure Trove of Consumer Law Violations in your Bankruptcy Treasure Chest: Fair Debt, Credit Reporting, Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Booty awaits!
Presented by: Cary Flitter, Esq.

Consumer law violations are common problems for debtors and can be filed in bankruptcy court or district court. Most provide statutory attorney fees. Philadelphia consumer lawyer Cary Flitter will help you to triage your cases.

Sailing the Supreme Court Seas:
The Top Supreme Court Consumer Bankruptcy Decisions

Presented by: Tara Twomey, Esq. & Henry Sommer, Esq.

It may not be the best court, but it’s the highest court and it is the last word for sailors of the bankruptcy globe. The panel will navigate the Court’s decisions on important consumer bankruptcy issues, including, exemptions, dischargeability, claims, discrimination, chapter 13 plans, lien stripping, and more.

Anchoring your Divorce and Bankruptcy Practice:
There’s a Hole in My Boat! The Stay Doesn’t Stay Everything
Presented by: Hon. Sandy Karlan (Ret.) & Ian Falcone Esq.

  • Keep it above board. Reviewing divorce forms to protect your client from committing bankruptcy fraud.
  • Over a Barrel: Dischargeability Issues
  • Any port in a storm: Who determines whether an award is a dischargeable?
  • Dead Reckoning: What determines whether an award is dischargeable?
  • Give me some slack: Learn the importance of language contained in the divorce decree
  • Batten down the hatches: Protecting attorney’s fees in discharge proceedings.

Chasing the Elusive White Whale:
Harpooning the Current Mortgage Issues You Have to Know

Presented by: Max Gardner, Esq. & John Rao, Esq.

Max and John will bring you up to date on loan modifications in and outside of bankruptcy, post-bankruptcy collection abuses after final cure, the new proof of claim attachment, catching servicers who misapply chapter 13 payments, new servicing regulations on monthly statements for debtors in bankruptcy, and more.

REMINDERS

  • CLE administration is not available for some programs at present. Self study is encouraged.
  • Once you have registered for this Webinar, you will receive further instructions from Citrix/GoToWebinar on how to access the proceedings.
  • All customers who purchase this Webinar will have access to the recording of the live webinar on www.NACBA.org once it has been posted.
  • Questions? Please e-mail admin@nacba.com

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The Virtual Experience: Technology Minimum System Requirements

  • Your computer should have a 500 MHz or higher processor and at least 128 mb of RAM
  • A connection to the Internet of at least 700 kbps is highly recommended, and most people now have connections at that speed or faster. Check your speed now (or go to http://www.speedtest.net/)
  • Any course materials will be delivered in PDF format. You will need a recent version of Adobe Reader. Free Download here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/
  • Tablets and iOS devices will need a web browser and a high speed wi-fi connection. Our video is encoded HTML5 compliant x264 format which will play on any contemporary device with sufficient bandwidth.
  • You will also need a sound card and speakers, and a current web browser
  • You will receive a confirmation and instructions to view the virtual Fall Workshop via email upon registration.

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