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American Bankruptcy Institute
9th Annual Southeast Bankruptcy Workshop

July 28 - 31, 2004

The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation
Lake Oconee, Georgia

Join ABI in Georgia for the Southeast Bankruptcy Workshop!

The new Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation is the ultimate luxury family resort. Snuggled on the shores of Lake Oconee, Georgia’s second largest and cleanest lake, the resort offers a multitude of recreational activities for every interest: golf, swimming, water skiing, tennis, cycling, sporting clays, fishing, horseback riding, hot-air ballooning, spa, antiquing, hiking, swimming, sunbathing… the list is endless. Bring the family for a spectacular summer vacation and earn 16.5 CLE/CPE credit hours.

Topics include:

  • Pushing the Envelope in Liquidation of the Estate
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Suppliers and Other Trade Creditors
  • Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Professionals
  • Current Ethical Developments for Consumer Bankruptcy Professionals
  • The Debtor’s Perspective: A Panel of Insiders and Advisors
  • Preferences and Fraudulent Conveyances for Bankruptcy and Transaction Practitioners
  • Reflections on a Fraud Investigation: Current Ethical Issues for Commercial Bankruptcy Professionals
  • Debtor Education: Theory and Practical Problems
  • A special Judges’ Roundtable: What’s New in Bankruptcy Practice in the Southeast?
  • And the two part session “Recent Developments: Rules, Pending Supreme Court Cases and Court Decisions (Part 1: Business Bankruptcy - Part 2: Consumer Bankruptcy) featuring Prof. S. Elizabeth Gibson, University of North Carolina School of Law

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