37th Annual Alexander L. Paskay Seminar
on Bankruptcy Law and Practice

Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront | St. Petersburg, Florida

March 7-9, 2013

Stand-Alone Course
Nuts and Bolts Primer on Bankruptcy:
How Not to Get Lost in a Bankruptcy Court

March 7, 2013


"Art is anything you can do well. Anything you can do with Quality."


The 37th Annual Alexander L. Paskay Bankruptcy Seminar, a memorial CLE program honoring the lifetime achievements of the late Judge Alexander L. Paskay, continues its legacy of insightful and timely programming. The Seminar features prominent national speakers on both commercial and consumer bankruptcy issues, plus unique optional networking events. This year’s program will be held at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront Hotel and takes advantage of all that the “Sunshine City” has to offer.

This year’s theme—“The Art of Bankruptcy”—celebrates the refinement of bankruptcy law and practice while showcasing St. Petersburg’s numerous institutions of fine art. Networking events will be held at such leading art institutions as the Museum of Fine Art, the Dali Museum and the Chihuly Collection. The “Sunshine City Waterfront Dine-Around” will offer a sampling St. Petersburg’s culinary arts with networking dinners at local world-class eateries.

10/12 hours of CLE/CPE credit, including 1.75/2 hours of ethics, are available. The Friday luncheon plenary session, “The Art of Practical Evidence,” provides a plethora of evidentiary pointers and practice tips, and the Saturday plenary session, “We Can Go Round & Round About That,” is a speed-dating style roundtable with the judges and professors of the Paskay Bankruptcy Seminar.

The expanded Consumer and Business Track breakouts feature a wide variety of topics, including tax issues and mediation, and a two-part panel session on plan confirmation explores “Feasibility: Facts, Fantasies and Findings.”

The separate fundamentals course “Nuts & Bolts Primer on Bankruptcy: How Not to Get Lost in a Bankruptcy Court” well be held the day before the main conference. Geared toward young and new practitioners and presented by the sitting judges in the Tampa Division of the Middle District of Florida, this half-day seminar explains the fundamentals of bankruptcy for those who are new to the field. Ramp up your young associates or expand the quiver of your new litigators with this unique stand-alone program!




All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of:
The ABI Guide to Bankruptcy Mediation, Second Edition

A $45 Value!


This updated edition explains why, when and how mediation can be used in bankruptcy cases after BAPCPA. For attorneys, it provides "how to" guidance with respect to the most common cases. Suggested procedures adapted to the particular requirements of bankruptcy cases, as well as convenient checklists and cross-references to other bankruptcy-related mediation sources, are also included. Softbound, 82 pages.




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