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Arizona (AZ) Bankruptcy Law CLE Course Catalog

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88 minutes
Chapter 11 Corporate Bankruptcy Reorganizations: Leases and Executory Contracts
Join an exceptional panel of key thought leaders and practitioners assembled by The Knowledge Group as they provide a comprehensive discussion of the intersection of leases and contracts with chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy law. The panel will discuss fundamental issues associated with contracts and leases in chapter 11 bankruptcies, as well as advanced concepts and cutting-edge developments in bankruptcy law.

The Knowledge Group

$115

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Restructuring Hospitals Post-Pandemic: What You Should Know About the Value of Bankruptcy
Join a panel of key thought leaders and distinguished experts as they provide a comprehensive discussion of the significant role of bankruptcy in hospital restructuring. Speakers, among other things, will guide you through the bankruptcy process, filing requirements, and other critical considerations.

The Knowledge Group

$165

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Navigating the Interplay Between Bankruptcy and Cryptocurrency
In this CLE program, The Knowledge Group presents experienced finance lawyer James M. Sullivan (Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP) and business restructuring and reorganization practitioner Matthew J. Gold (Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen, P.C.) for an insightful discussion of the most significant and relevant issues surrounding cryptocurrencies and chapter 11 bankruptcy. The distinguished speakers will also share actionable tips for minimizing risks amid the rapidly evolving crypto climate.

The Knowledge Group

$115

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LJN Webinar Series: Bankruptcy - Bankruptcy Reorganization Ethics and Fees
General corporate counsel, counsel for debtors, creditors, shareholders and other participants in the reorganization process need to grasp the ethical restraints on professionals imposed by the Bankruptcy Code, Bankruptcy Rules, the ABA Code of Professional Conduct and relevant case law. This program uses recent case law to show how all of these rules work. Because the reorganization process is filled with ethical landmines, no lawyer can represent a client effectively without the help of this experience-based guide.

Law Journal Newsletters

$75

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56 minutes
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Can Someone Please Tell Me What to Do? - How Best to Sell Your Assets
This panel, comprised of an attorney, an investment banker and a financial advisor, will discuss how to choose the best way to effectuate a sale, such as ? 363, Article 9 or assignments for the benefit of creditors. The panelists will devise three scenarios and debate which method they believe is the best, and why.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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60 minutes
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60 Consumer Tips in 60 Minutes
This panel of national consumer experts will provide you with the necessary tips for achieving great results in your consumer cases.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Winding Down Companies When Chapter 11 Is Not an Option
Chapter 11 doesn’t work for every corporate liquidation. This panel of experts will discuss other ways a corporation can be liquidated, including out-of-court liquidations, receiverships, ABCs, the Delaware Dissolution Statute and chapter 7.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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57 minutes
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Chapter 11 and the Airline Industry
Chapter 11 doesn’t work for every corporate liquidation. This panel of experts will discuss other ways a corporation can be liquidated, including out-of-court liquidations, receiverships, ABCs, the Delaware Dissolution Statute and chapter 7.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Intersection of the Bankruptcy Code with Criminal and Civil Forfeiture
Amid criminal seizure and forfeiture actions imposed by the DOJ, SEC and other regulatory bodies, criminals often have no choice but to file for bankruptcy. This panel will explore financial crimes, including Ponzi and FCPA schemes, that have resulted in bankruptcy filings, and the conflict that ultimately arises between the bankruptcy estate and the federal government over criminals’ seized and forfeited assets. The panelists will also delve into asserting a legal interest in the assets, the look-back period, remedies to the bankruptcy estate and priority schemes.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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