ABI

 

19th Annual Northeast
Bankruptcy Conference

Omni Mount Washington Resort
in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire

July 12-15, 2012

 

 

7th Annual Northeast
Consumer Forum

Omni Mount Washington Resort
in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire

July 13-15, 2012

 

On behalf of our distinguished faculty and Advisory Board, we are pleased to invite you to attend the 19th Annual Northeast Bankruptcy Conference and 7th Annual Northeast Consumer Forum, to be held at the historic Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The Northeast Advisory Board has assembled a roster of the best regional and national speakers and timely topics that offer something for everyone with more than 8 hours of CLE. In this ever-changing industry, you can’t afford to miss this CLE conference with networking opportunities galore!


As grand as its history, the Omni Mount Washington Hotel has a gracious ambiance and generous amenities. A favorite retreat of presidents, poets and celebrities, the hotel delights every sense with enchanting music, refined dining and luxurious décor. The final phase of a $60 million expansion and renovation has just been completed, including guest rooms, public areas and dining facilities. The resort planners certainly did not forget the outdoor enthusiasts when designing the year-round canopy tour and renovation to the classic Donald Ross designed Mount Washington golf course. Come and see what new and exciting things are now available at the resort.


Register now and don’t miss out!

 



Added 2012 Benefit
All Northeast Bankruptcy Workshop attendees will receive their choice of a complimentary copy of:

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ABI Preference Handbook, Second Edition

 

Second only to the experience of filing a claim in bankruptcy, preference exposure is the most common experience a creditor will encounter in bankruptcy. The ABI Preference Handbook, Second Edition by David B. Wheeler provides a streamlined guide to the "ins" and "outs" of preference claims and preference liability, and is written to appeal to lawyers and nonlawyers alike.

 

Retention and Payment: Essentials of Being Retained and Paid as Debtor's Counsel in Chapter 11

 

Retention and Payment: Essentials of Being Retained and Paid as Debtor's Counsel in Chapter 11 is a must-read for attorneys who may be generally unfamiliar with the chapter 11 process but who find themselves representing chapter 11 debtors. The handbook provides important practice pointers on obtaining court approval of retention as debtor's bankruptcy counsel and obtaining court approval to be paid for services rendered to the debtor. It also contains samples of an engagement letter, a retention application and associated documents, and a fee application. Co-authored by H. Slayton Dabney Jr., who has extensive experience with retention issues, the handbook provides an overview of the more significant issues chapter 11 counsel may encounter in navigating the retention and payment process.

 

 

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Members can register using the form found in this brochure
and either fax/mail to ABI.


 

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