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4 Can't Miss Bankruptcy CLEs at NACBA25

The Practicalities of Admitting or Objecting to Evidence in Bankruptcy Court
Prof. Edward J. Imwinkelried
Friday, May 5, 2017

Many attorneys don't have a truly working knowledge of evidence law because they don't understand the procedural framework within which evidence law operates. This presentation will review the practicalities of the procedures for both the proponent and opponent of the proferred evidence.

Regulation X & Z Enforcement: New Tools for Consumer Attorneys
Marc Dann, Esq., O. Max Gardner III., Bobby Rivera, Esq.
Friday, May 5, 2017

"Regulation X & Z Enforcement," provides an overview of federal Regulation X and Regulation Z and demonstrates how these laws can empower consumers and their counsel. The presentation outlines specific errors prohibited by these regulations.Presenters will walk participants through examples of actual Requests for Information and Notices of Error used daily by The Dann Law Firm. Marc will explore these regulations with case studies highlighting real-life scenarios faced by clients. Attendees can expect to gain a solid understanding of Regulation X and Z and how these statutes could benefit their clients.

Deja Vu All Over Again: Mortgage Misbehavior & Mistake & Rule 3002.1
Michelle Kainen Esq., Sarah Mancini Esq.
Saturday, May 6, 2017

This panel will delve into the most recent case law enforcing and interpreting Rule 3002.1 to deal with mortgage cure issues, including the PHH Mortgage decision (litigated by panelist Michelle Kainen) in which the Bankruptcy Court of Vermont imposed a $375,000 sanction for the creditor's repeated failure to comply with Rule 3002.1 in three chapter 13 cases. We will also discuss recent cases in which chapter 13 trustees have sought denial of the discharge based on post-petition mortgage payment defaults identified through Rule 3002.1 notices. The panel will also highlight recent (and proposed) changes to the rule.

Student Loans in Chapter 13
Edward Boltz, Esq., Lewis Roberts Esq., Hon (Ret.) Elizabeth L. Perris
Sunday, May 7, 2017

With $1.2 trillion in student loans outstanding, these debts are an ever increasing hurdle for Ch. 13 debtors receiving a fresh start in bankruptcy. As the draconian Bruner test can preclude even those in the most desperate straits from obtaining a discharge, this panel will explore means of combining alternative, non-bankruptcy relief, including claims objections, administrative discharges and income driven repayment plans with your Chapter 13 practice to provide additional assistance for your clients and additional sources of revenue for attorneys.

Save $100, Register by March 17, 2017
https://www.nacba.org/nacba25/

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4 Can't Miss Bankruptcy CLEs at NACBA25

The Practicalities of Admitting or Objecting to Evidence in Bankruptcy Court
Prof. Edward J. Imwinkelried
Friday, May 5, 2017

Many attorneys don't have a truly working knowledge of evidence law because they don't understand the procedural framework within which evidence law operates. This presentation will review the practicalities of the procedures for both the proponent and opponent of the proferred evidence.

Regulation X & Z Enforcement: New Tools for Consumer Attorneys
Marc Dann, Esq., O. Max Gardner III., Bobby Rivera, Esq.
Friday, May 5, 2017

"Regulation X & Z Enforcement," provides an overview of federal Regulation X and Regulation Z and demonstrates how these laws can empower consumers and their counsel. The presentation outlines specific errors prohibited by these regulations.Presenters will walk participants through examples of actual Requests for Information and Notices of Error used daily by The Dann Law Firm. Marc will explore these regulations with case studies highlighting real-life scenarios faced by clients. Attendees can expect to gain a solid understanding of Regulation X and Z and how these statutes could benefit their clients.

Deja Vu All Over Again: Mortgage Misbehavior & Mistake & Rule 3002.1
Michelle Kainen Esq., Sarah Mancini Esq.
Saturday, May 6, 2017

This panel will delve into the most recent case law enforcing and interpreting Rule 3002.1 to deal with mortgage cure issues, including the PHH Mortgage decision (litigated by panelist Michelle Kainen) in which the Bankruptcy Court of Vermont imposed a $375,000 sanction for the creditor's repeated failure to comply with Rule 3002.1 in three chapter 13 cases. We will also discuss recent cases in which chapter 13 trustees have sought denial of the discharge based on post-petition mortgage payment defaults identified through Rule 3002.1 notices. The panel will also highlight recent (and proposed) changes to the rule.

Student Loans in Chapter 13
Edward Boltz, Esq., Lewis Roberts Esq., Hon (Ret.) Elizabeth L. Perris
Sunday, May 7, 2017

With $1.2 trillion in student loans outstanding, these debts are an ever increasing hurdle for Ch. 13 debtors receiving a fresh start in bankruptcy. As the draconian Bruner test can preclude even those in the most desperate straits from obtaining a discharge, this panel will explore means of combining alternative, non-bankruptcy relief, including claims objections, administrative discharges and income driven repayment plans with your Chapter 13 practice to provide additional assistance for your clients and additional sources of revenue for attorneys.

Save $100, Register by March 17, 2017
https://www.nacba.org/nacba25/

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4 Can't Miss Bankruptcy CLEs at NACBA25

The Practicalities of Admitting or Objecting to Evidence in Bankruptcy Court
Prof. Edward J. Imwinkelried
Friday, May 5, 2017

Many attorneys don't have a truly working knowledge of evidence law because they don't understand the procedural framework within which evidence law operates. This presentation will review the practicalities of the procedures for both the proponent and opponent of the proferred evidence.

Regulation X & Z Enforcement: New Tools for Consumer Attorneys
Marc Dann, Esq., O. Max Gardner III., Bobby Rivera, Esq.
Friday, May 5, 2017

"Regulation X & Z Enforcement," provides an overview of federal Regulation X and Regulation Z and demonstrates how these laws can empower consumers and their counsel. The presentation outlines specific errors prohibited by these regulations.Presenters will walk participants through examples of actual Requests for Information and Notices of Error used daily by The Dann Law Firm. Marc will explore these regulations with case studies highlighting real-life scenarios faced by clients. Attendees can expect to gain a solid understanding of Regulation X and Z and how these statutes could benefit their clients.

Deja Vu All Over Again: Mortgage Misbehavior & Mistake & Rule 3002.1
Michelle Kainen Esq., Sarah Mancini Esq.
Saturday, May 6, 2017

This panel will delve into the most recent case law enforcing and interpreting Rule 3002.1 to deal with mortgage cure issues, including the PHH Mortgage decision (litigated by panelist Michelle Kainen) in which the Bankruptcy Court of Vermont imposed a $375,000 sanction for the creditor's repeated failure to comply with Rule 3002.1 in three chapter 13 cases. We will also discuss recent cases in which chapter 13 trustees have sought denial of the discharge based on post-petition mortgage payment defaults identified through Rule 3002.1 notices. The panel will also highlight recent (and proposed) changes to the rule.

Student Loans in Chapter 13
Edward Boltz, Esq., Lewis Roberts Esq., Hon (Ret.) Elizabeth L. Perris
Sunday, May 7, 2017

With $1.2 trillion in student loans outstanding, these debts are an ever increasing hurdle for Ch. 13 debtors receiving a fresh start in bankruptcy. As the draconian Bruner test can preclude even those in the most desperate straits from obtaining a discharge, this panel will explore means of combining alternative, non-bankruptcy relief, including claims objections, administrative discharges and income driven repayment plans with your Chapter 13 practice to provide additional assistance for your clients and additional sources of revenue for attorneys.

Save $100, Register by March 17, 2017
https://www.nacba.org/nacba25/

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4 Can't Miss Bankruptcy CLEs at NACBA25

The Practicalities of Admitting or Objecting to Evidence in Bankruptcy Court
Prof. Edward J. Imwinkelried
Friday, May 5, 2017

Many attorneys don't have a truly working knowledge of evidence law because they don't understand the procedural framework within which evidence law operates. This presentation will review the practicalities of the procedures for both the proponent and opponent of the proferred evidence.

Regulation X & Z Enforcement: New Tools for Consumer Attorneys
Marc Dann, Esq., O. Max Gardner III., Bobby Rivera, Esq.
Friday, May 5, 2017

"Regulation X & Z Enforcement," provides an overview of federal Regulation X and Regulation Z and demonstrates how these laws can empower consumers and their counsel. The presentation outlines specific errors prohibited by these regulations.Presenters will walk participants through examples of actual Requests for Information and Notices of Error used daily by The Dann Law Firm. Marc will explore these regulations with case studies highlighting real-life scenarios faced by clients. Attendees can expect to gain a solid understanding of Regulation X and Z and how these statutes could benefit their clients.

Deja Vu All Over Again: Mortgage Misbehavior & Mistake & Rule 3002.1
Michelle Kainen Esq., Sarah Mancini Esq.
Saturday, May 6, 2017

This panel will delve into the most recent case law enforcing and interpreting Rule 3002.1 to deal with mortgage cure issues, including the PHH Mortgage decision (litigated by panelist Michelle Kainen) in which the Bankruptcy Court of Vermont imposed a $375,000 sanction for the creditor's repeated failure to comply with Rule 3002.1 in three chapter 13 cases. We will also discuss recent cases in which chapter 13 trustees have sought denial of the discharge based on post-petition mortgage payment defaults identified through Rule 3002.1 notices. The panel will also highlight recent (and proposed) changes to the rule.

Student Loans in Chapter 13
Edward Boltz, Esq., Lewis Roberts Esq., Hon (Ret.) Elizabeth L. Perris
Sunday, May 7, 2017

With $1.2 trillion in student loans outstanding, these debts are an ever increasing hurdle for Ch. 13 debtors receiving a fresh start in bankruptcy. As the draconian Bruner test can preclude even those in the most desperate straits from obtaining a discharge, this panel will explore means of combining alternative, non-bankruptcy relief, including claims objections, administrative discharges and income driven repayment plans with your Chapter 13 practice to provide additional assistance for your clients and additional sources of revenue for attorneys.

Save $100, Register by March 17, 2017
https://www.nacba.org/nacba25/

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4 Can't Miss Bankruptcy CLEs at NACBA25

The Practicalities of Admitting or Objecting to Evidence in Bankruptcy Court
Prof. Edward J. Imwinkelried
Friday, May 5, 2017

Many attorneys don't have a truly working knowledge of evidence law because they don't understand the procedural framework within which evidence law operates. This presentation will review the practicalities of the procedures for both the proponent and opponent of the proferred evidence.

Regulation X & Z Enforcement: New Tools for Consumer Attorneys
Marc Dann, Esq., O. Max Gardner III., Bobby Rivera, Esq.
Friday, May 5, 2017

"Regulation X & Z Enforcement," provides an overview of federal Regulation X and Regulation Z and demonstrates how these laws can empower consumers and their counsel. The presentation outlines specific errors prohibited by these regulations.Presenters will walk participants through examples of actual Requests for Information and Notices of Error used daily by The Dann Law Firm. Marc will explore these regulations with case studies highlighting real-life scenarios faced by clients. Attendees can expect to gain a solid understanding of Regulation X and Z and how these statutes could benefit their clients.

Deja Vu All Over Again: Mortgage Misbehavior & Mistake & Rule 3002.1
Michelle Kainen Esq., Sarah Mancini Esq.
Saturday, May 6, 2017

This panel will delve into the most recent case law enforcing and interpreting Rule 3002.1 to deal with mortgage cure issues, including the PHH Mortgage decision (litigated by panelist Michelle Kainen) in which the Bankruptcy Court of Vermont imposed a $375,000 sanction for the creditor's repeated failure to comply with Rule 3002.1 in three chapter 13 cases. We will also discuss recent cases in which chapter 13 trustees have sought denial of the discharge based on post-petition mortgage payment defaults identified through Rule 3002.1 notices. The panel will also highlight recent (and proposed) changes to the rule.

Student Loans in Chapter 13
Edward Boltz, Esq., Lewis Roberts Esq., Hon (Ret.) Elizabeth L. Perris
Sunday, May 7, 2017

With $1.2 trillion in student loans outstanding, these debts are an ever increasing hurdle for Ch. 13 debtors receiving a fresh start in bankruptcy. As the draconian Bruner test can preclude even those in the most desperate straits from obtaining a discharge, this panel will explore means of combining alternative, non-bankruptcy relief, including claims objections, administrative discharges and income driven repayment plans with your Chapter 13 practice to provide additional assistance for your clients and additional sources of revenue for attorneys.

Save $100, Register by March 17, 2017
https://www.nacba.org/nacba25/

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Lessons from Harris v. Viegelahn
Monday, April 11, 2016, 60 minutes
3 PM Eastern / 2PM Central / 1PM Mountain / 12 PM Pacific

Presented by: Chief Judge Melvin S. Hoffman of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts, Tara Twomey of NCBRC and Brett Weiss, Esq. of Chung & Press, LLC

Registration deadline: 4/11/16 at 2PM Eastern.
$25 Member / $75 Non Member

In Harris v. Veigelhan, the Supreme Court resolved a disagreement among courts over the question of whether a debtor or his creditors should receive funds derived from the debtor’s post-petition wages held by the trustee under a confirmed chapter 13 plan when the case is converted to chapter 7 in good faith. In a clear, concise, and narrowly focused decision the Court ruled in the debtor’s favor. Subsequently, some courts have applied Harris broadly to deny payment of debtor’s counsel in other circumstances.

This webinar will review the various post-Harris cases that have been decided and offer practical suggestions for ways in which debtor’s counsel can get paid in unsuccessful chapter 13 cases.

If you are unable to participate in webinar at scheduled time, register by 4/11/16 at 2PM Eastern and you will receive recording, materials and discounted pricing. After 4/11/16, the webinar will be available in the NACBA Store.
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