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ABI & Georgetown University Law Center CLE Present:

Bankruptcy 2005: Views from the Bench

Featuring the Views of 18 U.S. Bankruptcy Judges
October 7, 2005, Washington D.C.

Join ABI & Georgetown University for Bankruptcy 2005: Views from the Bench!

Join ABI and The Georgetown University Law Center CLE for Bankruptcy 2005: Views from the Bench and earn up to 6.0 CLE/7.0 CPE Credits, including 1.0 hour of ethics. The program features the views of 18 U.S. Bankruptcy judges from across the United States. Timely topics—all updated with the latest legislative revisions—include:

  • First-day Issues: Changes in procedures under the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA).
  • Section 363: New Developments Including Precision Industries Inc. v. Qualitech—Sales Free and Clear of Leases and Other Valuable Rights?
  • Mass Tort Problems: Including Prepacks, Legislation, Future Claims and Combustion Engineering.
  • Separate Topical Break-out Lunches with the Judges: A unique opportunity for attendees to follow up on the morning’s topics in small groups with the judges and speakers.
  • Pension and Employee Issues: Reconciling the Interests of Unions/Employees, the PBGC and the Estate: §1113 and Terminating Underfunded Pension Plans.
  • Legal Ethics: Examination of Issues Involving Representation of the Creditors’ Committee, Conflicts and Solicitation for Appointment.
  • BAPCPA: How Will the Act Affect Business Bankruptcies, including Reclamation, Preferences, Exclusivity, Property of the Estate, Plan Modification, and Discharge of Debtors Under Chapter 11?

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