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Connecticut (CT) Real Estate CLE Course Catalog

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57 minutes
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Mortgage Mediation in Bankruptcy: How to Make the Mediation Process Successful
The Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin, along with Florida’s Middle District, have all set up successful mortgage-mediation programs. This panel will spill the details on how they did it, particularly the ways in which they used web-based portals for document exchanges. Also on tap: the role of mediators and the court’s role in overseeing order processes and timelines.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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74 minutes
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Current Economics and the Continuing Effects of COVID-19
This panel will focus on the immediate and continuing repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy, with a focus on macroeconomic effects, how businesses have been affected, what efforts have been made by the federal government through various stimulus and relief packages, and what to expect in the future.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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93 minutes
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Community Land Trusts: Protecting Affordability & Promoting Equity in Homeownership
With housing costs once again soaring in the U.S, record numbers of new community land trusts are starting up around the US. This CLE is designed to increase attorney awareness of the shared equity home ownership model, and to provide a framework for how the ground lease and other legal tools function to create and steward permanently affordable home ownership.

American Bar Association

$115

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COVID: A Look Back on the Legal and Practical Impact on Real Estate, Leases and Commercial Contracts
This seminar will examine the impact COVID had on leases and commercial contracts as the panel reflects on how the courts have navigated COVID and what lies ahead for drafting and case law.

American Bar Association

$75

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62 minutes
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Buying Contaminated Property Without Liability: How to Be a Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser
This program will cover the statutory background of bona fide prospective purchasers, relevant case law regarding the same, and practical experience.

American Bar Association

$75

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62 minutes
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The Continued Impact of COVID-19 on the Distressed Real Estate Market
This session will explore current trends in distressed real estate, along with strategies for secured creditors, borrowers and investors as they continue to weather the pandemic, the legal implications of recent legislation and case law, and more.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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60 minutes
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Real Estate in 2021 and Beyond: Trends from the Pandemic
This panel of legal and business experts will examine the ripple effects of the COVID pandemic on the real estate world, including its impact on office buildings, retail, hospitality and lending.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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89 minutes
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Retale: Lessons Learned from Recent Retail Cases
This panel will discuss several key and unique issues that have arisen in a national sampling of retail chapter 11 cases, including the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The panelists will explore the cases’ varied results, the processes employed to reach each conclusion, and the issues that arose along the way. Specifically, topics include “GOB” sale processes, consignments, sales of intellectual property, Section 503(b)(9) claims, cash collateral and DIP lending, landlord/tenant disputes, and certain case-specific nuances.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$115

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A Catch-22: Dilemmas for Landlords in the Era of COVID-19
This panel will explore the myriad legal conundrums landlords have been facing in bankruptcy cases across the country since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. Discussion points will include landlord rights to assumption/rejection and timing, the ability of debtors to defer rent payments to landlords for lengthy periods of time, and the impact of force majeure clauses in these disputes.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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