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Bankruptcy Nuts & Bolts of 7/13 & Litigation [clear filter]
Saturday, May 18
 

11:30am EDT

I know the 3yr/2yr/240-day Rule – Tell Me What’s Next!
Dealing with taxes can be easy when the debt fits the 3/2/240 rules, but let’s learn what to do with the not so easy tax issues. How do we treat taxes that may be dischargeable, but secured by a lien? How much do we have to pay back in a chapter 13? Do we have to provide for interest? How do we remove tax liens, read tax transcripts, determine dischargeability, OIC’s, and more!

Speakers
JT

Jolene Tanner

Assistant United States Attorney, U.S. Attorney's Office
Jolene Tanner is an Assistant United States Attorney at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Tax Division, in Los Angeles California, where she handles tax litigation in the Central District of California, including bankruptcy tax litigation. The Central District of California consists of... Read More →
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Kent Anderson

Kent Anderson Law Office
Kent Anderson established his private practice in 1978. He has extensive experience in resolving Oregon State and Federal tax disputes, including tax-driven bankruptcy, offers in compromise, installment payment agreements, and administrative appeals. Kent is admitted to practice before... Read More →
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Alyssa Whatley

Attorney, Law Offices of Alyssa Maloof Whatley LLC



Saturday May 18, 2019 11:30am - 12:40pm EDT
Superior Ballroom A

2:30pm EDT

Doesn’t that Court Order Mean Something?
Stay violations – Filing the adversary proceeding, Discovery, Elements, Proof, Damages, Attorney Fee awards, settlement agreements, confidentiality clauses, etc.

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Berken

Stephen Berken

Attorney, Berken Cloyes
STEPHEN E. BERKEN is a partner with Berken Cloyes, PC. His practice focuses on areas of consumer bankruptcy law. Mr. Berken earned his B.A. degree, cum laude, from the University of California in 1981, and his J.D. degree from Hastings College of the Law, University of California... Read More →



Saturday May 18, 2019 2:30pm - 3:45pm EDT
Superior Ballroom A

4:15pm EDT

Chapter 11

The panelists are excellent.  They have put together really good and practical materials. 

     How do you determine if a client should be in chapter 11 or chapter 13?

     Can this client make it through a chapter 11 case?  What are some markers you can use?

     Figuring out the exit strategy before you enter chapter 11.

     Which first day motions should you file?

     What is a disclosure statement?  What are common errors attorneys make when preparing them?

     How can you get a plan confirmed? 

     What do you do once the plan is confirmed?

     What are some things attorneys do which kill chapter 11 cases?  Why do I have to get employed by the judge?  What if I skip this step? I'll still get paid, won't I?

 

The panelists are highly experienced and highly opinionated.  If you are a newbe, you will walk out of the program with a good understanding of what it takes to hanle a chapter 11 case.  If you are an experienced attorney, the panelists will give you  good nuggets to help you in your practice.


Speakers
avatar for Steven Fox

Steven Fox

Owner, The Fox Law Corporation
I joined NACBA in the mid-90s and have been a member since then. I am a founder of the Central District Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Association in Los Angeles. I chair the bankruptcy section of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association which is located in Los Angeles.I limit my practice... Read More →
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Wayne Greenwald

Lighter SideWayne Greenwald is rumored to be a competent bankruptcy anddebtor-creditor lawyer.  Draw your own conclusions.  Wayne drinks bourbon, smoke cigars and skis pretty well for a fat, old former racing coach.  In 2017, he represented the U.S. in an international cigar smoking... Read More →
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Brett Weiss

Managing Member, The Weiss Law Group, LLC
Brett Weiss, a senior partner at the Weiss Law Group, LLC, has been representing people and businesses in all phases of bankruptcy for over 25 years. He has experience in complex individual Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases, and in Chapter 11 small business restructuring... Read More →



Saturday May 18, 2019 4:15pm - 5:30pm EDT
Superior Ballroom A
 
Sunday, May 19
 

9:00am EDT

Crossroads: Bankruptcy and Family Law
Speakers
WE

William E Brewer

William E. Brewer Attorney-at-Law
avatar for Henry Sommer

Henry Sommer

Henry J. Sommer has litigated many major cases involving bankruptcy, consumer law, civil rights and other issues. Previously, he was the head of the Consumer Law Project at Community Legal Services in Philadelphia, where he worked for over 21 years and Supervising Attorney at the... Read More →



Sunday May 19, 2019 9:00am - 10:15am EDT
Superior Ballroom A

10:45am EDT

Crossroads: Bankruptcy & Corporations
Speakers
WE

William E Brewer

William E. Brewer Attorney-at-Law
avatar for Richard Nemeth

Richard Nemeth

Managing member, Nemeth & Associates, LLC
Mr. Nemeth has been representing consumers and small businesses in bankruptcy proceedings in Northern Ohio and elsewhere for over 30 years.  In April, 2013 Mr. Nemeth was the first recipient of the NACBA Hammes-Shulman Award for his significant achievements in legislative advocacy... Read More →



Sunday May 19, 2019 10:45am - 12:00pm EDT
Superior Ballroom A