Knowledge Center

Monday, November 25, 2013

On January 22, 2014, HMB's Rick Rein will present on "Asset Recovery" at an Advanced Bankruptcy CLE at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle.

Attendees will include attorneys, paralegals, presidents, vice presidents, credit and collections managers, loan officers, loan department personnel, branch managers, real estate professionals, controllers and accountants.

The event is being organized by the King County Bar Association.

 

Advanced Bankruptcy: Navigating Complex Bankruptcy Cases

January 22, 2014

Washington State Convention Center

Seattle, WA

AGENDA:

8:00-8:25am - Registration and Coffee Service

8:25-8:30am - Welcome and Overview

  • Geoffrey Groshong,Miller Nash, LLP

8:30-9:30am - Bankruptcy Options for Small Businesses:Which Chapter to File?

  • Gloria Z. Nagler,Nagler & Malaier, P.S.
  • William F. Malaier, Jr.,Nagler & Malaier, P.S.

9:30-10:30am - Tax Issues

  • Kenneth C. Weil,Law Office of Kenneth C. Weil

10:30-10:45am - Break

10:45-12:15pm - Asset Recovery

  • Paul Richard Brown,Karr Tuttle Campbell
  • Rick S. Rein,Horwood Marcus & Berk, Chicago
  • Eugene Becker,Becker Law, New York City, NY

12:15-1:15pm - Lunch, on your own

1:15-2:15pm - Panel: Case Law Developments

  • John R. Knapp,Miller Nash LLP
  • The Honorable Marc Barreca,United States Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Washington
  • Taryn M. Darling Hill,Impact Law Group

2:15-3:15pm - Pensions and Retirement Benefits in Chapter 9 and 11

  • Michael J. Gearin,K&L Gates
  • James L. Day,Bush Strout & Kornfeld, LLP
  • The Honorable Karen A. Overstreet,United States Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Washington

3:15-3:30pm - Break

3:30-4:15pm - Student Loans

  • David Gardner, Winston Cashatt, Spokane

4:15-5:15pm - Ethics

  • James F. Williams, Perkins Coie

5:15pm - Evaluations and Adjourn

5:15-6:00pm - Networking Social

 

For a conference brochure, please click HERE.

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