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CARES Act Provisions to Financially Support Your Practice (Navigating SBA Grants, Loans and the Payroll Protection Program)
Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM Eastern

COST:

  • $99 for NACBA Members
  • $175 Non Member

PRESENTERS:

  • Ed Boltz, Esq.
  • Lee Roland, Esq.
  • James Haller, Esq.

REGISTER: HERE (Make sure you a logged in to NACBA.org)

The CARES Act includes provisions to assist small businesses and law firms. Most, if not all consumer bankruptcy firms may be eligible to participate in SBA loans to assist in meeting costs including employee salaries and general overhead. Some of these loans may be forgivable as part of the CARES Act economic support. The panelists will discuss eligibility, available programs and how to apply including available links and forms.

Why You Should Attend: If you are eligible, you need to apply immediately before funds dry up. The applications for assistance are first come first served. Get in now and determine if your firm can benefit from the CARES Act provisions.

How to Address Student Loans Inside Bankruptcy Court
Online Workshop – 3 hours

Thursday, April 9, 2020, 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM EASTERN

COST:

PRESENTERS:

  • Ed Boltz, Esq.
  • James Haller, Esq.

REGISTER: HERE(Make sure you a logged in to NACBA.org)

The panel will discuss the current law and cutting edge practices to 1) address student loans in chapter plans, 2) arguments to pay the student loan directly, 3) new interpretations of the Brunner discharge standard. The panel will have materials including 1) briefs in support of different treatment of student loans, 2) in support of revisiting the Brunner standard.

Why You Should Attend: You want to be able to offer your clients the best remedies in bankruptcy to help with their student loans.

New Bankruptcy Attorney and Bankruptcy Paralegal
Online Bootcamp (2 Days)
Thursday, April 23, 2020 at 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM Eastern
Friday, April 24, 2020 at 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM Eastern 

COST:

REGISTER: HERE (Make sure you a logged in to NACBA.org)

Whether you’re a new bankruptcy attorney, paralegal, or an attorney seeking a refresher program, NACBA has you covered with this fantastic two-day intensive program. Bankruptcy is not about filling-out forms. Bankruptcy is a serious area of law and can be riddled with malpractice pitfalls.

Why You Should Attend: Don’t reinvent the wheel. Learn from experienced practitioners and save yourself money, aggravation and risk. The quality of our legal work matters and this is where we can all improve. Attorneys: Send your paralegals! Law firms: Send your new attorneys!

Inside the Stimulus Package for
Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
ON DEMAND

COST:

PRESENTERS:

  • Ed Boltz, Esq.
  • Henry Sommer, Esq.
  • John Rao Esq.
  • Ike Shulman Esq.
  • John Colwell, Esq.
  • James Haller, Esq.

REGISTER: HERE (Make sure you a logged in to NACBA.org)

The $2 trillion coronavirus bill has various provisions related to the consumer bankruptcy practice. The National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys worked extremely hard advocating behind the scenes (while maintaining a safe social distance) with House and Senate Judiciary Members and staff to get bankruptcy provisions passed in the current legislation S. 3548 Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act also known as the “CARES Act.”

Why You Should Attend: In order to fully represent current and future clients in today’s economic climate, Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys must be informed on the updated provisions to various areas of bankruptcy practice of law as related to the “CARES Act.”

The Coronavirus and Consumer Bankruptcy Practice
ON-DEMAND

COST:

PRESENTERS:

  • Ed Boltz, Esq.
  • Gene Melchionne, Esq.
  • James Haller, Esq.

REGISTER: HERE (Make sure you a logged in to NACBA.org)

Our (non-medical) panelists will discuss the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on consumer bankruptcy attorneys and suggest methods and alternatives to continue your practice while maximizing the safety of yourself and your staff.

Why You Should Attend: It is essential to learn about options to maintain the practice of law while observing good practices to minimize and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Circuit Case Law Update (March 2020)
ON-DEMAND

COST:

PRESENTERS:

  • NACBA Circuit Leaders
  • James Haller, Esq.

REGISTER: HERE (Make sure you a logged in to NACBA.org)

NACBA’s Circuit Leaders will outline the most important cases in your circuits.

Why You Should Attend: Don’t be the last to know what issues are coming next to a court near you. Find out what to expect by learning about the trends and case law are working their through the courts.

WEBINARS IN THE NACBA STORE

Abandonment

    • Invoking and Asserting Exemptions in Reopened Cases (More Info)
    • Getting Rid of Encumbered Property in Consumer Cases (More Info)

Absolute Priority Rule

    • Intro to Ch 11 Bankruptcy Practice for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (More Info)

Attorney fees

    • Chapter 13 Attorney Fees (More Info)
    • 1 A Mortgage Odyssey Workshop (More Info)
    • Raise & Support Request to Increase Ch 13 Flat Fees in Your District. (More Info)
    • Robin Hood and His Merry Bankruptcy Attorneys: How to Recover Wage Garnishments as Preferential/Fraudulent Transfers for your clients and get paid for doing it. (More Info)

Business of Bankruptcy

    • Emerging Bankruptcy Technologies to Assist your Bankruptcy Practice (More Info)
    • Chapter 13 Attorney Fees (More Info)
    • Finding Diamonds in Bankruptcy Cases, Make More with Existing Clients (More Info)
    • Raise & Support Request to Increase Ch 13 Flat Fees in Your District. (More Info)
    • How to Train Your Staff & Paralegals to SAVE Time & Money (More info)
    • Practice Pitfall Jeopardy: Practice Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them (More Info)

Case Law Updates

    • Top 20 Supreme Court Cases You Must Know for Your Bankruptcy Practice. (More Info)
    • They Did What?! The 2018 Case Law Year in Review (More Info)
    • Consumer Bankruptcy Watch: What’s Hot in Consumer Bankruptcy Law Today (December 2019) (More Info)

Chapter 7

    • Introduction to Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Online Workshop (More Info)
    • Review of Ethical issues when Using, or Acting as, Coverage Counsel
      in Bankruptcy Court and 341 Meetings. (More Info)
    • Finding Diamonds in Bankruptcy Cases, Make More with Your Existing Clients (More Info)

Chapter 11

    • Intro to Ch 11 Bankruptcy Practice for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (More Info)
    • SBRA: Introduction to the Small Business Section of Chapter 11 (More info)
    • Ditech Chapter 11 Filing: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly, and the Really Ugly (More Info)

Chapter 12

    • Expand Your Practice with Chapter 12: A Chapter 12 Primer (More Info)

Chapter 13

    • Introduction to Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Online Workshop (More Info)
    • Make Money: Use Non-Standard Provisions in Local Ch 13 Plan (More Info)
    • Chapter 13 Plan Provisions: What Are They Good For? (More Info)
    • Chapter 13 Attorney Fees (More Info)
    • 2001 A Mortgage Odyssey Workshop (More Info)
    • Advanced Topics in Chapter 13 Online Workshop (More Info)
    • Criminal Justice Debts and Civil Fines in Bankruptcy (More Info)
    • Review of Ethical issues when Using, or Acting as, Coverage Counsel
      in Bankruptcy Court and 341 Meetings. (More Info)
    • Finding Diamonds in Bankruptcy Cases, Make More with Existing Clients (More Info)
    • Means Test Game Show: Is it income or an expense? (More Info)

Claims

    • How to File a Late Claim in a Chapter 13 (More Info)
    • 1 A Mortgage Odyssey Workshop (More Info)
    • Avoiding Judicial Estoppel, Standing and Claim Preclusion Problems
      with Non-Bankruptcy Causes of Action (More Info)
    • New Proof of Claim & Mortgage Attachment: Other Form Changes (More Info)

Criminal Law and Bankruptcy

    • Criminal Justice Debts and Civil Fines in Bankruptcy (More Info)
    • Bankruptcy “Law and Order” Edition: Fifth Amendment and Bankruptcy (More Info)

Debtor’s Duties

    • Invoking and Asserting Exemptions in Reopened Cases (More Info)

Discharge

    • Taggart v. Lorenzen: What Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Need to Know (More Info)
    • Defense of Section 523 Adversary Proceedings (More Info)
    • Criminal Justice Debts and Civil Fines in Bankruptcy (More Info)
    • Home Owner’s Association Fees and Bankruptcy (More Info)
    • Family Law & Bankruptcy (More Info)

Duty to Disclose

    • Invoking and Asserting Exemptions in Reopened Cases (More Info)

Evidence

    • Introduce Appraiser’s Testimony & Appraisal as Evidence in BK Ct  (More Info)

Exemptions

    • Invoking and Asserting Exemptions in Reopened Cases (More Info)
    • Avoiding Judicial Estoppel, Standing and Claim Preclusion Problems
      with Non-Bankruptcy Causes of Action (More Info)

Family Law / Divorce

Finality of Discharge

    • Invoking and Asserting Exemptions in Reopened Cases (More Info)

Garnishments

    • Robin Hood and His Merry Bankruptcy Attorneys: How to Recover Wage Garnishments as Preferential/Fraudulent Transfers for your clients and get paid for doing it. (More Info)

Good Faith

    • Invoking and Asserting Exemptions in Reopened Cases (More Info)

Income calculation

    • Recent Bankruptcy Code Amendment: How the New HAVEN Act Can Help Your Clients (More Info)

Lien Stripping

    • Invoking and Asserting Exemptions in Reopened Cases (More Info)

Modification

    • Real Life and Real Mods After HAMP (More Info)

Meeting of Creditors (341)

    • Review of Ethical issues when Using, or Acting as, Coverage Counsel
      in Bankruptcy Court and 341 Meetings. (More Info)

Mortgage claims

    • 1 A Mortgage Odyssey Workshop (More Info)
    • Real Life and Real Mods After HAMP (More Info)
    • CFPB’s Amended Mortgage Servicing Regulations & Effects on Bankruptcy  (More Info)
    • Escrow Shortage Claims (More Info)
    • Crossing Paths: The Intersection of Reverse Mortgages and Bankruptcy (Most Recent -2019) (More Info)
    • Reverse Mortgages & Bankruptcy (More Info)
    • The End of HAMP: Understanding Proprietary Modifications (More Info)
    • New Proof of Claim & Mortgage Attachment: Other Form Changes (More Info)

Notice

Property of Estate

    • Invoking and Asserting Exemptions in Reopened Cases (More Info)

Sanctions

    • Taggart v. Lorenzen: What Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Need to Know (More Info)
    • 1 A Mortgage Odyssey Workshop (More Info)

Security Clearance

    • Security Clearances & Bankruptcy (More Info)

Student Loans

    • Student Loans in Bankruptcy Workshop (More Info)

Surrender

    • Getting Rid of Encumbered Property in Consumer Cases (More Info)

Annual Conventions

MEMBER BENEFIT WEBINARS

Ditech Chapter 11 Filing: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly, and the Really Ugly
ON DEMAND

COST:

PRESENTERS:

  • Tara Twomey, Esq
  • O. Max Gardner, Esq.
  • James Haller, Esq.

REGISTER: HERE

Why You Should Attend:

Any consumer lawyer with any type of claim or issue involving mortgage servicing by Ditech or any Ditech Entities must learn the new signs along the Chapter 11 highway. This webinar is geared to attorneys of all levels who file bankruptcy and mortgage servicing cases.

What You Will Learn:

  • When and where Ditech filed Chapter 11, and what entities were included in filing
  • How to address automatic stay and claims against Ditech
  • What is allowed and not allowed regarding partial relief from stay
  • Who must file proof of claim, where these claims should be filed, and the bar date for filing
  • Whether you can object to Proof of Claim by Ditech in your bankruptcy case
  • Whether Ditech can foreclose post-filing of the Chapter 11 and file a Motion for Relief from stay post filing
  • Whether you can send requests for information (RFIs) and notices of error (NOEs) NOEs to Ditech under RESPA and Reg X, file counter-claims, complaints, or adversary proceedings re Ditech, and claim right of set-off or recoupment in client’s Proof of Claim

Improve Your Bottom Line with Fillable PDFs
Tips, Tricks & Little Known Tools in Using Acrobat Efficiently
ON DEMAND

COST:

PRESENTERS:

  • Rachel Foley, Esq.
  • John Colwell, Esq.

REGISTER: HERE

Fillable PDFs can dramatically improve your bottom line by decreasing the turnaround time to receive information from your client while improving the accuracy of that information. Fillable PDFs are fast and easy to use, reduce/eliminate costly errors, provide 100% legible text, increase workflow and productivity, and are easy to update and archive. Learn from our experts how to create fillable PDFs to improve your bankruptcy practice!

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 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.

NACBA WEBINARS TECHNOLOGY & REFUND POLICY:

Refund Policy

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.

If the technical failure is the fault of our service provider and the event does not go on as planned, you will be given access to the webinar recording with all related documents/materials and given a credit to attend a future webinar.