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Set Yourself Apart & Make Money: Use Non-Standard Provisions in Local Ch 13 Plan
Date: Thursday, February 22, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM EASTERN / 11:00 AM PACIFIC (90-120 Minutes)
Cost: $25 Members / $75 Non-Members
Presenters: O. Max Gardner and Henry Sommer

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Get deeper insight into non-standard provisions from O. Max Gardner and Henry Sommer in this 90-120 minute webinar.  They will focus on and suggest specific language you can add to your plans.  Some of the topics include:

  • Filing fee payment terms
  • No credit reporting (or specifying what can be reported).  See Keller v. New Penn Fin., LLC (In re Keller), 568 B.R. 118, 129 (B.A.P. 9th Cir. 2017)
  • Override surrender stay relief
  • No payments to unsecured creditors and early termination
  • Utility adequate assurance terms
  • Assumption of Residential Leases
  • Elimination of lien upon payment of allowed secured claim
  • Equal monthly payments for attorney’s fees
  • Sale or refinance of property
  • Right to use trustee avoiding powers
  • Direct plan payments to secured and non-dischargeable debts before others are paid
  • Send monthly mortgage statements, coupon book
  • Injunction against further scheduling or continuance of foreclosure sale
  • Application of mortgage/arrears payments per Section 524(i)
  • Mortgage loan mod will be sought clause
  • Lien satisfied regardless of whether debt is discharged
  • Vesting of Property in Mortgage Creditor Who Refuses to Foreclose
  • ID particular secured debts that will not be provided for by the plan
  • Assigning refund of payments if converted or dismissed to attorney for fees
  • Student loan classification and current payments
  • Seek Enrollment in Student Loan Income-Driven Repayment Plan
  • Continue Participation in Student Loan Income-Driven Repayment Plan
  • Injunction Prohibiting Enforcement of Bankruptcy Clause by Private Student Loan Creditor
  • Avoiding Application of Estoppel and Claim Preclusion Doctrines Based on Plan Confirmation
  • Protection of post-petition causes of action
  • Filing of Adversary Proceeding Involving Predatory Mortgage Lending Claims

Escrow Shortage Claims
Date: March 15, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern / 10:00 AM Pacific (60 Minutes)
Cost: $25 Members / $75 Non-Members
Presenters: Tara Twomey, Esq. & John Rao, Esq.

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Have you ever received a mortgage arrearage claim including a hefty escrow shortage? This webinar will examine how to review that claim for accuracy and how to explain it to your client. Don’t miss this opportunity to save yourself time and aggravation when reviewing these claims.

Circuit Case Law Update
Cost: Free for NACBA Members
Presenters: Jim Molleur, David Shaev, Trish Meyer, Koury Hicks, Behrooz Vida, Brian Flick, David Yen, Wendell Sherk, Stanley Zlotoff, Jill Michaux and Nathan Juster.

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Join us for a discussion of the most interesting recent cases from each federal circuit led by the NACBA Circuit Leader for each circuit. Stay on top of the most interesting cases from across the country.


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Once purchased, webinars cannot be refunded.

If technical failure at the purchaser’s home or workplace prevents access to the live webinar, the purchaser will be given access to a recording with all related documents/materials.

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