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Washington (WA) Bankruptcy Law CLE Course Catalog

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All CLE Courses For Washington (WA) Bankruptcy Law

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Winding Down Companies When Chapter 11 Is Not an Option
Chapter 11 doesn’t work for every corporate liquidation. This panel of experts will discuss other ways a corporation can be liquidated, including out-of-court liquidations, receiverships, ABCs, the Delaware Dissolution Statute and chapter 7.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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62 minutes
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Mass Tort Chapter 11 Cases Today: Sexual Abuse, Opioid and Asbestos Cases
Opioid, sexual abuse and asbestos cases have been all over the news in the last few years. This panel of experts will discuss and analyze the complex issues involved in mass tort chapter 11 cases today, including current issues involving future claims, nonconsensual releases and plan-confirmation issues.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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69 minutes
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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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64 minutes
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Introduction to Chapter 7
Law school can seem like a long time ago, especially when a client walks in the door wanting help on filing for personal bankruptcy. This session will provide an overview of chapter 7: the players, bankruptcy estate, automatic stay, initial consultation and means test. Included in the discussion will be exemptions, preparing schedules, the relevant Bankruptcy Code and Rules sections, local rules, and how to know whether your client can or must redeem, reaffirm or surrender. Brush up on your skills and learn what you need to know about one of the core chapters of consumer bankruptcy.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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60 minutes
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Be Prepared: Best Practices for Intake
Successful consumer bankruptcy cases often hinge on the intake process, particularly the details gathered on the intake form. What questions should be asked? What resources should be used? Discover best practices for getting the right information from the very beginning, which can avoid all kinds of headaches later. (No one wants to discover a fraudulent transfer at the 11th hour!).

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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75 minutes
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Complex Confirmation Issues
This panel will focus on impairment, TransWest issues, third-party releases, horizontal gifting related to Noverra and more.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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75 minutes
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Stop Where You Are: A Bankruptcy Has Been Filed. But Don't Just Stand There!
Our expert faculty will update you on a potpourri of automatic stay and discharge injunction violation issues, including the latest guidance from the Supreme Court on action vs. inaction, the return of repossessed cars and the collection of discharged debt.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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57 minutes
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Avoiding the Dreaded B-Word: Alternatives to Bankruptcy
The panelists discuss in-court and out-of-court options for distressed businesses, as well as alternatives both pre- and post-COVID-19, drawing upon their experiences and what they see in the market going forward.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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62 minutes
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Dumb and Dumber: A Bankruptcy Stay Story
The panel enacts three hypotheticals involving repeat filer/debtor Harry, his not-quite-blue-stocking creditor Lloyd of Lloyd’s Auto Lot, and the chapter 7 and chapter 13 trustees, Dusty and Rusty. The legal issues presented will concern the “expiring stay” for repeat filers, redemption of repossessed vehicles, a discharge violation question involving refusal to release the car lien/title, and the attendant procedural and costs questions for each. Ripe Potatoes rates this a “must see”!

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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