Friday, October 7, 2005
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Hart Auditorium, Georgetown University Law Center
Changes in Procedures under the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and
Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA).
New Developments Including Precision Industries Inc. v.
Qualitech—Sales Free and Clear of Leases and Other Valuable
Mass Tort Problems
Including Prepacks, Legislation, Future Claims and Combustion
Box Lunch: Three Break-out Sessions Facilitator to Lead Discussion
from Each Morning Panel
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.
Examination of Issues Involving Representation of the
Creditors’ Committee, Conflicts and Solicitation for
How Will the Act Affect Business Bankruptcies, including Reclamation,
Preferences, Exclusivity, Property of the Estate, Plan Modification, and
Discharge of Debtors under Chapter 11?
Sponsored by Sidley Austin Brown & Wood LLP