Norton Institutes conducts advanced CLE seminars on current bankruptcy law and bankruptcy litigation issues with an emphasis on recent developments in consumer and business bankruptcy cases. Topics are presented by a panel of respected bankruptcy judges and attorneys in a relaxed, interactive atmosphere that invites audience participation and accelerates learning.
Andrew Currie will be speaking at the following conference sessions:
Section 363 Asset Sales: Thursday, March 31st, 9:45 - 10:00am (PST)
This panel will review recent decisions dealing with ethical issues, including disallowance of compensation, disclosure of conflicts, and representing multiple parties. The panel will also discuss the issues and trends in asset sales in Chapter 11 cases.
Avoidance Litigation: Friday, April 1st, 10:30 - 11:30am (PST)
The Avoidance Litigation panel will review recent decisions relating to avoidance powers, including preferences and their exceptions. Emphasis will be placed on ordinary course of business and new value defenses and recent cases considering the impact of §502(d) and §503(b)(9) in such litigations.
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