October 8, 2010
Bankruptcy Boot Camp: Are you in shape for the BAPCPA?
If you or someone you love wants to practice in the area of bankruptcy (this includes attorneys, paralegals and support staff who have direct contact with the bankruptcy court), then Bankruptcy Boot Camp is for you.
This CLE series encompasses nine hours of meaty presentation, beginning with the first session on October 29. Included in each presentation is a tutorial on the latest bankruptcy software. Opportunities to actually use the software will be available. This program will prepare you for the more advanced Bankruptcy Law Institute, to be presented in the Spring of 2011.
Designed to build on one another, Bankruptcy Boot Camp Part I examines the area of exemptions, studying Chapters 1, 3 and 5 of the bankruptcy code. Included in the presentation are eligibility issues; motion(s) to extend the stay; asset sales under 363; and lien avoiding and stripping issues. Sample motions (that have actually been granted!) and other valuable documents will be provided with your materials.
Part II, presented on December 3, is an intensive study of the Chapter 7 remedy, including a hypothetical and interactive case drafting using Best Case software. Finally, on February 11, Part III studies Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This session includes not only a study of the Chapter 13 remedy and case drafting using the latest software, but also includes post-confirmation issues such as plan modification. Ideally, all three seminars are essential works, although each seminar is a value standing alone.
To register for Bankruptcy Boot Camp Part I or Part II, visit www.cbalaw.org/cle or call 614/221.4112.