Subprime Lending Industry Chapter 11 Issues and Future of Bankruptcy to Be Examined at ABIs Thirteenth Annual Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference
Contact: John Hartgen
LENDING INDUSTRY, CHAPTER 11 ISSUES AND FUTURE OF BANKRUPTCY TO BE
October 24, 2007, Alexandria, Va. — The American Bankruptcy Institute’s (
Elizabeth K. Flaagan of Holme Roberts & Owen LLP (Denver) will moderate the “Skiing within Bounds (or Close to the Edge): Supreme Court Cases and Hot Topics” session with panelists Bart B. Burnett of Pearson, Horowitz & Burnett, PC (Denver), Bankruptcy Judge Glen E. Clark (Salt Lake City), Theodore J. Hartl of Lindquist & Vennum PLLP (Denver) and Steven T. Waterman of Ray, Quinney & Nebeker, PC (Salt Lake City).
“Business Fraud in
Bankruptcy/Ethics: Taking Candy from Babies” will be moderated by
Douglas Wayne Jessop of Jessop & Company, PC (
The “Degrees of Difficulty: Current Issues in Bankruptcy Settlements” session will be moderated by Annette W. Jarvis of Ray, Quinney & Nebeker, PC (Salt Lake City) with panelists J. Thomas Beckett of Parsons Behle & Latimer PLC (Salt Lake City), Bankruptcy Judge A. Bruce Campbell (Denver) and Joseph G. Rosania of Connolly, Rosania & Lofstedt, PC (Broomfield, Colo.).
“Trails, Runs, Slopes and Lodges: Real Estate Development Issues” will be moderated by John F. Young of Block Markus & Williams LLC (Denver) and feature panelists Bankruptcy Judge Sidney B. Brooks (Denver), Mitchell P. Kahn of Hilco Real Estate, LLC (Northbrook, Ill.), David E. Leta of Snell & Wilmer LLP (Salt Lake City) and Berry D. Spears of Fulbright & Jaworski LLP (Austin, Texas).
Moderator Michael J.
Pankow of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, PC (
The “Going from Snowplow
to Parallel—Litigation Skills Training: Preparing and Presenting
Evidence; Effective Legal Writing,” moderated by Kimberley H.
Tyson of Sherman & Howard, LLC (
Office of the
“Consumer Workshop I:
Unmarked Hazards—Ethics, Creditor Abuse of Debtors and
Remedies” will be moderated by Ellen R. Welner of George T.
Carlson & Associates (
The “Slippery Slope through the Trees: Current Issues and Developments in the Subprime Lending Industry” session will be moderated by Risa Lynn Wolf-Smith of Holland & Hart LLP (Denver) with panelists Lawrence Bass of Holme Roberts & Owen LLP (Denver), Jeffrey W. Dulberg of Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP (Los Angeles), Susan M. Freeman of Lewis and Roca LLP (Phoenix), Michael H. Goldstein of Stutman, Treister & Glatt, PC (Los Angeles) and Craig D. Hansen of Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, LLP (Phoenix).
Moderator Duane H.
Gillman of Durham Jones & Pinegar (Salt Lake City) will be
joined by panelists David M. Cook of David M. Cook, P.C.
Julia R. Pettit
of Stoel Rives LLP (
“Weather Forecast: The
Future of Bankruptcy” features Bankruptcy Judges Elizabeth E.
The “Consumer Workshop
III: First and Last Runs—First Meetings and Confirmation Hearings
under Chapter 13” session will be moderated by Kevin R.
Anderson of the Office of the Chapter 13 Trustee (
“Consumer Workshop IV: Reading the Trail Map—Pre-bankruptcy Planning under BAPCPA” will be moderated by Joel T. Marker of McKay, Burton & Thurman (Salt Lake City) with panelists Arthur Lindquist-Kleissler of Lindquist-Kleissler & Company, LLC (Denver) and Bankruptcy Judge Terrence L. Michael (Tulsa, Okla.).
A judges roundtable, featuring all 12 bankruptcy judges in attendance, will also be held at the conference.
Two programs sponsored by the
International Women's Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation
(IWRC) will also be featured at the start of the 2008 Rocky Mountain
Bankruptcy Conference.“Perspectives from the Distaff Bench”
will feature Bankruptcy Judges Marcia S. Krieger (
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