The Resource 20th Annual Bankruptcy Institute

20th Annual Bankruptcy Institute

Label
20th Annual Bankruptcy Institute
Title
20th Annual Bankruptcy Institute
Title variation
  • Twentieth Annual Bankruptcy Institute
  • Annual Bankruptcy Institute, 20th
  • Bankruptcy Institute, 20th
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
PQD
Illustrations
forms
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Pennsylvania Bar Institute
Series statement
PBI
Series volume
no. 2015-8819
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bankruptcy
  • Bankruptcy
Label
20th Annual Bankruptcy Institute
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • So you chose a chapter 7 - Basics of handling & filing your client's case
  • Lisa Rynard
  • Means testing: Are we there yet?
  • James K. Jones
  • An update on student loans - When can you discharge, restructure or consolidate?
  • Student loans - Exit strategies in chapter 13 bankruptcy
  • James K. Jones
  • "Undue hardship" and student loan dischargeability - Assessing the Brunner test as applied in Pennsylvania
  • Gianpaolo Ciocco
  • Assisting student loan borrowers in distress and disputes
  • Top consumer cases of the year - Short summaries of some recent consumer bankruptcy cases
  • Joanna Darcus
  • Student loans 101: A quick primer for the masses
  • John P. Neblett
  • Getting paid in bankruptcy
  • Getting paid in bankruptcy - Commercial cases
  • Jared S. Roach
  • Getting paid in bankruptcy - consumer cases
  • Abagale Steidl
  • What every commercial lawyer needs to know about consumer practice - Creditor perspective
  • Melanie L. Vanderau
  • Derek J. Baker, Frederic J. Baker, Thomas D. Bielli, Howard Gershman, M. Jacqueline Larkin, Adam H. Isenberg, Pamela Elchert Thurmond, Scott F. Waterman
  • The essential of chapter 13 practice
  • James K. Jones
  • Real estate issues in consumer cases
  • Consumer financial protection bureau regulations related to mortgage origination and servicing
  • Ann E. Swartz
  • Lien stripping, modification (otherwise known as cramdown) and lien avoidance in the real estate realm
  • Tracy L. Updike
  • What every chapter 11 practitioner needs to know about representing non-profits
  • Lawrence G. McMichael, Catherine G. Pappas
  • Real estate in commercial cases
  • Top commercial cases of the year
  • Special issues in commercial real estate
  • Henry Van Eck
  • When the non-debtor is a tenant and the debtor seeks to reject a lease (regular commercial leases and oil and gas leases)
  • Kirk B. Burkley
  • Leases - remedies and requirements in bankruptcy
  • Robert E. Chernicoff
  • Top ten tax issues lawyers face when filing personal bankruptcies for small business owners or consumer debtors
  • Top ten tax issues lawyers face when filing bankruptcies for consumers or small business owners under chapter 7, chapter 13 or chapter 11
  • Dimitri L. Karapelou, Rebecca McDowell
  • A significant tax issue in bankruptcy in 2015: Dishargeability of late filed tax returns
  • Third circuit and Supreme Court cases
  • David J. Harris
  • Closing the case - What happens and how does your client emerge
  • Anne M. Aaronson
  • The future relevance of chapter 11
  • A summary of the American bankruptcy institute's final report and recommendations
  • James H.M. Sprayregen
  • Comparison of the bankruptcy code and certain recommendations of the ABI commission to study the reform of chapter 11 relating to small business cases
  • Nicholas R. Pagliari, Ashley R. Angelotti
  • Structured dismissals in the wake of In re Jevic Holding Corp
  • Jeane S. Lofgren, John F. Kroto
  • Walter Taggart
  • Report on the western PA economy
  • James A. Kurre
  • Ethics potpourri - Examining hot issues through hypotheticals
  • "Noisy withdrawal" and Pennsylvania's rule of professional conduct
  • Kurt F. Gwynne
  • Ethics in consumer debtor practice
  • Catherine T. Martin
  • The ethics of social media & bankruptcy practice
  • Lisa A. Rynard
  • Ethics update 2015: An annual review of attorney misconduct
  • Cases from other courts
  • William G. Schwab
  • Brian W. Bisignani, Eric Brossman, Anne Fiorenza, John O'Keefe, Brya M. Keilson, Regina Stango Kelbon, Natalie Ramsey, Christopher Rivas, Brandon S. Shemtob, George T. Snyder, Amy Tonti, Lauren Zabel
  • The basics of a chapter 7 bankruptcy --
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Other physical details
forms
System control number
(OCoLC)925476969
Label
20th Annual Bankruptcy Institute
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • So you chose a chapter 7 - Basics of handling & filing your client's case
  • Lisa Rynard
  • Means testing: Are we there yet?
  • James K. Jones
  • An update on student loans - When can you discharge, restructure or consolidate?
  • Student loans - Exit strategies in chapter 13 bankruptcy
  • James K. Jones
  • "Undue hardship" and student loan dischargeability - Assessing the Brunner test as applied in Pennsylvania
  • Gianpaolo Ciocco
  • Assisting student loan borrowers in distress and disputes
  • Top consumer cases of the year - Short summaries of some recent consumer bankruptcy cases
  • Joanna Darcus
  • Student loans 101: A quick primer for the masses
  • John P. Neblett
  • Getting paid in bankruptcy
  • Getting paid in bankruptcy - Commercial cases
  • Jared S. Roach
  • Getting paid in bankruptcy - consumer cases
  • Abagale Steidl
  • What every commercial lawyer needs to know about consumer practice - Creditor perspective
  • Melanie L. Vanderau
  • Derek J. Baker, Frederic J. Baker, Thomas D. Bielli, Howard Gershman, M. Jacqueline Larkin, Adam H. Isenberg, Pamela Elchert Thurmond, Scott F. Waterman
  • The essential of chapter 13 practice
  • James K. Jones
  • Real estate issues in consumer cases
  • Consumer financial protection bureau regulations related to mortgage origination and servicing
  • Ann E. Swartz
  • Lien stripping, modification (otherwise known as cramdown) and lien avoidance in the real estate realm
  • Tracy L. Updike
  • What every chapter 11 practitioner needs to know about representing non-profits
  • Lawrence G. McMichael, Catherine G. Pappas
  • Real estate in commercial cases
  • Top commercial cases of the year
  • Special issues in commercial real estate
  • Henry Van Eck
  • When the non-debtor is a tenant and the debtor seeks to reject a lease (regular commercial leases and oil and gas leases)
  • Kirk B. Burkley
  • Leases - remedies and requirements in bankruptcy
  • Robert E. Chernicoff
  • Top ten tax issues lawyers face when filing personal bankruptcies for small business owners or consumer debtors
  • Top ten tax issues lawyers face when filing bankruptcies for consumers or small business owners under chapter 7, chapter 13 or chapter 11
  • Dimitri L. Karapelou, Rebecca McDowell
  • A significant tax issue in bankruptcy in 2015: Dishargeability of late filed tax returns
  • Third circuit and Supreme Court cases
  • David J. Harris
  • Closing the case - What happens and how does your client emerge
  • Anne M. Aaronson
  • The future relevance of chapter 11
  • A summary of the American bankruptcy institute's final report and recommendations
  • James H.M. Sprayregen
  • Comparison of the bankruptcy code and certain recommendations of the ABI commission to study the reform of chapter 11 relating to small business cases
  • Nicholas R. Pagliari, Ashley R. Angelotti
  • Structured dismissals in the wake of In re Jevic Holding Corp
  • Jeane S. Lofgren, John F. Kroto
  • Walter Taggart
  • Report on the western PA economy
  • James A. Kurre
  • Ethics potpourri - Examining hot issues through hypotheticals
  • "Noisy withdrawal" and Pennsylvania's rule of professional conduct
  • Kurt F. Gwynne
  • Ethics in consumer debtor practice
  • Catherine T. Martin
  • The ethics of social media & bankruptcy practice
  • Lisa A. Rynard
  • Ethics update 2015: An annual review of attorney misconduct
  • Cases from other courts
  • William G. Schwab
  • Brian W. Bisignani, Eric Brossman, Anne Fiorenza, John O'Keefe, Brya M. Keilson, Regina Stango Kelbon, Natalie Ramsey, Christopher Rivas, Brandon S. Shemtob, George T. Snyder, Amy Tonti, Lauren Zabel
  • The basics of a chapter 7 bankruptcy --
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Other physical details
forms
System control number
(OCoLC)925476969

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