Litigating Claims by Trustees: Avoiding Pitfalls at Each Stage of the Bankruptcy Process

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Litigating Claims by Trustees: Avoiding Pitfalls at Each Stage of the Bankruptcy Process

January 12, 2022

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ABI and Reid Collins & Tsai LLP have joined together to present a three-part webinar series focusing on recurring issues that arise in post-bankruptcy litigation involving trustees, and how to set up trustees for success in pursuing litigation claims. 

Session 1: Litigating Claims by Trustees: Avoiding Pitfalls at the Pre-Plan Stage, taking place on January 12 at 1 PM ET in partnership with ABI's Commercial Fraud Committee, will discuss issues that may arise or be addressed before confirmation of a bankruptcy plan.

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

1:00 - 2:15 PM EST

This webinar is free to attend, and CLE is available to members in qualifying states.*

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Jeremy Wells,

Reid Collins
& Tsai LLP
Austin, Texas

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Erin R. Fay
Bayard, P.A.
Wilmington, Del.

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Aaron L. Renenger
Milbank LLP
Washington, D.C.

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Scott D. Saldaña
Reid Collins
& Tsai LLP
Austin, Texas

Future sessions will focus on plan confirmation and discovery, and culminating in the affirmative litigation of claims by trustees. 

Session 2, February 10, 2022, Litigating Claims by Trustees: Avoiding Pitfalls at Plan Confirmation and the Investigation Phase, will include Michael Eidelman, Vedder Price P.C.; David Posner, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP; Jeremy Ryan, Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP; and, Yonah Jaffe, Reid Collins & Tsai LLP.

Session 3, March 9, 2022, Litigating Claims by Trustees: Avoiding Pitfalls in Litigation and Recurring Legal Issues, will have a panel featuring Peter Kravitz, Province, LLC; Erica Weisgerber, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP; and, Ryan Goldstein and Keith Cohan from Reid Collins & Tsai LLP.

Stay tuned for additional information on these upcoming events.

* 1.0 hour of general CLE credit is available in the following pre-approved 60-minute-hour states (1.8 hours in 50-minute-hour states): AK, AL, AR, CA, DE, GA, IL, MO, NJ, PA, SC, TN, TX, VT, WI and WV. These states follow an approved-jurisdiction policy: AZ, CO, CT, NH and NY. ABI will submit attendance to DE, IL, NV, PA, TN and TX. Attendees from Illinois claiming credit more than 30 days after an event will be charged the $25 Illinois late-credit claim fee that went into effect on Jan. 1, 2020. For those jurisdictions not listed, ABI will not seek direct accreditation; attorneys will need to self-submit. Some states might not allow self-submission. ABI will issue certificates for attorneys to self-submit for approval. ABI charges an administrative fee of $5 for Members and $25 for non-members upon requesting CLE credit for this program. Further details will be provided the day of the event.