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Friday, February 07, 2014

"Bankruptcy-Back to Basics"

2014 CFDD Credit Retreat

Salem/Albany & Portland Chapters

Troutdale, Oregon

Feb. 21-22, 2014

On February 21st and 22nd, HMB's Jason Torf  presented a seminar entitled "Bankruptcy - Back to Basics" followed by another session entitled "PACER and other on-line Bankruptcy resources" at the 2014 CFDD Credit Retreat in Troutdale, Oregon. The retreat was organized by the Salem/Albany and Portland Chapters of the CFDD. Jason's presentation covered the following topics:

  • Define Common Chapter Filings
  • Voluntary / Involuntary Bankruptcy Filings
  • Automatic Stay
  • Debtor/Creditor Perspective
  • Sequence of Events from Filing to Resolution
  • When you receive a bankruptcy notice…
  • Reclamation
  • 503(b)(9) Claims
  • Are you a Critical Vendor?                                                              
  • Selling to a DIP (Debtor in Possession)
  • Are you a secured creditor?
  • Filing a Proof of Claim
  • Serving on a Creditor's Committee
  • Preference Claims
  • Alternatives to Bankruptcy
  • PACER and other on-line Bankruptcy resources

For more information about the presentation and to see the full agenda, please click HERE.

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