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With the West Virginia Mini Bundle, you can select twelve (12) of the twenty-four (24) required CLE credit hours required by the West Virginia MCLE Commission, including three (3) in ethics.

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63 minutes
Environmental Outlook in the Biden Administration: Big Changes in the Making
When day 100 of the Administration arrives - April 30 - many important environmental regulatory and policy actions will have occurred. This seminar will provide an overview of the most important environmental developments for all those engaging in this dynamic and changing landscape.

American Bar Association

1.26 - General

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82 minutes
Bankruptcy: Crossfire
This panel is in the format of the classic current-events TV program “Crossfire” and will address “hot” and “interesting” bankruptcy issues that are not being addressed in the other sessions. Each topic discussed will have parties taking opposing positions (pro/con).

American Bankruptcy Institute

1.64 - General

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Technology Issues: Crash Course
This session will address how COVID-19 and stay-at-home orders prompted the rapid adoption of technology by the courts, the lessons learned along the way, and where technology can be used to further improve the efficiency, efficacy and safety of the bankruptcy process.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1.2 - General

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The Business Case: Game-Changing Benefits of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Join this keynote panel of legal professionals from across the nation for an active discussion on the business impacts of racial and gender diversity, equity, and inclusion within the legal industry. The panel will begin with a plenary session followed by breakout rooms.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1.78 - Ethics

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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

1.2 - General

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56 minutes
Health Care Issues
The health care industry in general, and hospitals in particular, have been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in many respects. At its most basic level, the impact has been devastating financially. The American Hospital Association estimates that between March 1 and June 30, 2020, hospitals will have suffered financial losses of $202.6 billion, or approximately $1.66 billion per day. These losses affect all hospitals, whether they are part of large chains or are stand-alone nonprofits. Economists expect the result to be more financial failures, mergers and bankruptcy filings in an industry that was already in dire financial straits. The panelists will discuss several issues that have been pushed to the forefront by the recent decisions in Gardens Medical Center and Verity Health Systems.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1.12 - General

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81 minutes
We Give a Split! Overview of Circuit Splits on Current Issues
This panel of legal experts will break down topical circuit-level and bankruptcy court rulings that are dividing circuits across the country.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1.62 - General

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Subchapter V in the COVID-19 Era
This panel will explore the development of subchapter V bankruptcies during their first year of existence, a.k.a. the COVID-19 era. The panelists will first perform a brief review of subchapter V bankruptcy cases and the way in which they differ from standard chapter 11 cases.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1.16 - General