This year’s program brings together a faculty of 18 judges and practitioners from the top national insolvency firms. The expanded workshop format— now featuring 14 breakout sessions— 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 popular course, “Problems, Problems, Problems”— one for business and one for consumer practitioners. And watch six members of the judiciary square off in the annual Jaunty Judicial Debates.
Attendees also receive a choice of one of the following ABI publications:
- Thorny Issues in Consumer Bankruptcy Cases
- Getting Paid: Retention and Compensation in Bankruptcy Cases, 2nd ed.
How to Get Retained and Paid: Ethics Issues in Business Cases
Friday, June 10th 10:45 am – noon
This workshop will cover disclosure issues, pre-petition planning issues, bad-faith filings, creditors’ committee solicitation and other business ethics issues.
Thomas A. Morrow
AlixPartners LLP; Southfield, Mich.
Sean D. Malloy
McDonald Hopkins LLC; Cleveland
Judith Greenstone Miller
Jaffe, Raitt, Heuer & Weiss, PC; Southfield, Mich.
Carla O. Andres
Godfrey & Kahn SC; Green Bay, Wisc.
Hon. Thomas J. Tucker
U.S. Bankruptcy Court (E.D. Mich.); Detroit