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Opportunities for Environmental Justice in Nuclear Law
Join this discussion on opportunities to improve environmental justice in the nuclear field and the legal considerations for practitioners to do so.

American Bar Association

$115

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61 minutes
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Ethics: Hold or Fold Them?
Ever get stuck with one of “those” clients? (We’ve all been there.) What do you do when you uncover serious problems with a debtor? Learn the right —and wrong —ways to extract yourself from a problem case. This panel will discuss limited-scope representation and the ability of the attorney to withdraw before, during and after the bankruptcy case.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Post-Filing Issue-Spotting
Sometimes a bankruptcy case isn’t over when it’s over, especially when certain issues arise (like the debtor suddenly “discovering” a bank account he or she forgot to “mention”). Learn how to navigate some of the most common post-filing problems that can crop up.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Defending a 523/727 Action
Bankruptcy discharges go to “honest but unfortunate debtors,” but creditors (because they want their money!) don’t always give up their quests to extract money, even after a bankruptcy case concludes. These useful case examples will guide practitioners through a survey of the most common quarrels over discharges and exceptions.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Taking Rule 3002.1 Sanctions Down the Gravel Road to Casa Blanco
In this session, the panelists will cover both Gravel (and the dissent) and a recent bankruptcy court opinion (In re Blanco) that rejects the reasoning in Gravel. Can the two cases be reconciled? What is the standard that must be established to justify the imposition of sanctions when mortgage-servicers fail to comply with Rule 3002.1’s requirements, and what are the limitations on the amount of sanctions that can be considered appropriate?

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Your Practice
Mention “artificial intelligence,” and most people start rolling their eyes and making jokes about Skynet. But today’s A.I. is changing the way that many law firms operate. Rather than replacing lawyers, A.I. is taking over more and more of the grunt work that prevents lawyers from doing the higher-level work that is necessary for their practices — by streamlining case searches, brief-writing and a whole host of tasks you might not even have considered.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Intro to Chapter 13
If you are newer to chapter 13 practice, you won’t want to miss this panel. Join a judge, chapter 13 trustee, and debtor and creditor counsel as they show you how to navigate a chapter 13 case from both debtor and creditor perspectives. The discussion will include plan drafting and modification, claims filing, objecting to confirmation, dismissal, conversion, and getting paid in chapter 13 cases, as well as an overview of the tools you must take advantage of to make a chapter 13 work.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Subchapter V 101: A Guide to the Bankruptcy Code’s Newest (Sub)Chapter
Subchapter V is the newest option for debtors to reorganize in bankruptcy. Learn from a panel of experienced subchapter V trustees what it is all about and how subchapter V has changed the bankruptcy landscape for the better.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Bankruptcy Hot Topics with Bill Rochelle 2021
Join ABI Editor-at-Large Bill Rochelle as he hosts a panel of bankruptcy judges to discuss circuit splits on important consumer bankruptcy issues. This panel will be presented in a fun game-show format where the judges will vote to resolve the issues before they reach the U.S. Supreme Court.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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