Are you up to date with the most recent changes in bankruptcy law? This program is designed to bring you current major appellate decisions, recent changes to the bankruptcy code, rumblings in student loan law, and more! Don't risk practicing with outdated resources - register today!
Draw insights from the latest Supreme Court and federal circuit bankruptcy case law.
Learn when Subchapter V of Chapter 11 makes sense for individual debtor cases.
Understand the effects of recent changes to the Bankruptcy Code.
Explore proposed changes in student loan and consumer bankruptcy law.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit.
Bankruptcy Case Law Update
Recent Changes to the Bankruptcy Code
Pros & Cons of Subchapter V Chapter 11 for Individuals
Proposed Changes to Student Loan Debt Relief & Consumer Bankruptcy
WILLIAM J. AMANN is a partner with Braucher & Amann, PLLC, where he concentrates his practice in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, commercial litigation, and real estate. Mr. Amann regularly represents national and regional creditors in bankruptcy courts and the state courts in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He has recently been admitted to the Southern District Federal Court for New York, representing a Massachusetts business in a contract dispute. Prior to joining the firm, he served as legal counsel to a Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee for the District of New Hampshire. In addition, he has considerable experience in the areas of commercial turnarounds, debt restructuring, equitable subordination, debt re-characterization, asset sales, title insurance, real estate conveyancing, land use, receiverships, premises liability, employment law, evictions, and probate administration. Mr. Amann served on the Board of Directors for the City of Manchester's Public Library Literacy Fund for two years, starting in 2009. He is an editor for the American Bankruptcy Institute and is an annual editor for the New Hampshire Bar Association's Supreme Court At-a-Glance article series and regularly speaks before professional and trade groups on the topics of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and real estate. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Amann was employed by Fidelity Investments as a trade resolution specialist, by Ford Motor Credit Company as an account executive and branch legal liaison, and he is a former police officer. He earned his B.A. degree from Saint Anselm College and his J.D. degree from Massachusetts School of Law.
RUSSELL D. GARRETT is a shareholder with Jordan Ramis PC. Mr. Garrett has more than 30 years of experience representing clients in complex business and financial issues both in and out of the courtroom. He advises businesses and individuals on strategic issues, particularly where there are shareholder/management disputes and financial distress exists. Mr. Garrett has represented creditors, Chapter 7, 11, and 13 trustees, debtors, creditors’ committees, and asset purchasers in bankruptcy and bankruptcy litigation. He has represented both state and federal receivers. He serves as a panel Chapter 7 trustee for the Western District of Washington and has served from time to time as a Chapter 11 trustee and state court receiver. Mr. Garrett has served on both the Oregon and Washington State bar associations Debtor-Creditor Executive committees, is a board member of the National Association of Chapter 7 Trustees, and is a former Ninth Circuit lawyer representative. He is a regular speaker on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights topics, both in Oregon and Washington, as well as for several national programs. Mr. Garrett earned his B.S. degree from the University of Oregon and his J.D. degree from Willamette University College of Law.
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