Morris James partner Brett D. Fallon is set to speak at the North Carolina Bar Association 41st annual bankruptcy institute on Nov. 2 in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
He is set to present, in conjunction with Lisa Sumner, a partner at Nexsen Pruet in Raleigh, North Carolina, the program “Go Your Own Way” versus “I Fought the Law (And the Law Won): Intercreditor Agreements Battle the Bankruptcy Code.” The program addresses how bankruptcy courts treat creditor agreements whose provisions may be contrary to principles of the Bankruptcy Code.
The 41st annual bankruptcy institute features speakers covering diverse topics of timely bankruptcy issues as well as updates for practitioners on the latest developments, according to a press release provided by Morris James.
At Morris James, Fallon is a partner in the firm’ bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice and has been practicing before Delaware courts for over 30 years. He has represented debtors and creditors of all types, particularly large dollar secured and unsecured creditors, creditor committees and both plaintiffs and defendants in post-confirmation actions brought by litigation and liquidation trustees.