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May 7, 2007
Millennium Broadway Hotel and Conference Center/Hudson Theatre • New York City


Online registration is over. Please register onsite.

Stand-Alone Program: Bankruptcy Fundamentals: Nuts & Bolts for Young and New Practitioners
May 4, 2007
Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House

Now in its ninth year, ABI’s New York City Bankruptcy Conference remains the most popular insolvency workshop in America’s Financial Center. Bringing together a faculty of bankruptcy judges and practitioners from the top national insolvency firms, this day-long educational forum is designed to appeal to both experienced and new professionals. The workshop format allows for spirited exchange between panelist and attendee, and the flexible repeating format allows you to customize your personal learning experience.

Offered again is the primer course “Bankruptcy Fundamentals: Nuts & Bolts for Young Practitioners,” held on the Friday before the conference. Updated to include recent changes under BAPCPA, an outstanding faculty of judges, academics and attorneys will explain the fundamentals of bankruptcy. Ramp up your young associates, or expand the quiver of your established litigators with this one-day inclusive program.

Timely topics include…

  • Confidentiality in Bankruptcy
  • Intersection between Bankruptcy and Securities Law
  • Management Compensation
  • Intercreditor Issues in Restructurings of First-Lien/Second-Lien Debt
  • Developments in DIP Lending and Restructuring Finance
  • Chapter 15s under BAPCPA
  • Holding Company and Operating Company Issues in Large Chapter 11s
  • Buying Low, Selling High, and Getting Out of Dodge
  • Getting Even: Who Sues Whom?
  • Recent Developments in Bankruptcy Jurisdiction

Also featured will be a roundtable discussion entitled “Hedge Funds Have Changed, the Chapter 11 Process. Is That Good or Bad?” and a special Judges Roundtable on selected current issues featuring Judges from the SDNY, EDNY, WDNY and the DNJ.

What past participants have said:

“Great program! Topics were very relevant and panels were quite informative. ”

 

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