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ABI’s One-Year Anniversary Program on BAPCPA

October 16, 2006

Georgetown University Law CenterWashington, DC

This American Bankruptcy Institute’s program analyzes the effects of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA). Congress enacted the most sweeping reform of the federal bankruptcy laws over the last 25 years during 2005, with most of the changes effective for cases filed after Oct. 17, 2005. One year later, what has been the impact of the new law on debtors, creditors and the other players in the bankruptcy system? Is the Bankruptcy Code in better balance today as Congress intended? What conclusions can be drawn about what is working and what is not from the first year of reported opinions? What does the future hold?

This day-long conference brings together the leading experts and practitioners from the private and public sectors to assess the first-year experience from a variety of perspectives.

Register today and earn up to 7.0 hours of CLE credit. CPE credit is also available.

 

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