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IP Licenses, China’s Enterprise Bankruptcy Law, Stakeholder Communications and More to Be Discussed at ABI’s Cross-Border Insolvency Program in New York on Nov. 7

Alexandria, Va. — Speakers from around the globe will be discussing today's most relevant cross-border cases and topics at ABI’s Cross-Border Insolvency Program at the offices of Dentons US LLP in Midtown Manhattan on November 7, hosted by ABI’s International Committee. Attendees have the opportunity to earn 5/6 hours of CLE/CPE credit. Topics to be discussed at the Cross-Border Insolvency Program include:

  • IP Licenses Across Borders

Learn about the treatment of intellectual property licenses in insolvency proceedings across jurisdictions, and discuss strategic considerations in single- and multi-jurisdiction cases.

  • Scaling the Tower of Babel: Stakeholder Communications in Cross-Border Cases

Explore strategies and pitfalls of communications among different types of stakeholders in cross-border cases, including communications between the debtors and their creditors, the various creditor groups themselves, stakeholders and the applicable courts, and communications between the judges in various jurisdictions.

  • China’s Enterprise Bankruptcy Law: What You Need to Know Now

Examine China’s Enterprise Bankruptcy Law (EBL), which came into force in 2007. The panelists will provide an overview of the EBL and explore recent macroeconomic conditions and market trends in China, as well as the challenges being encountered by the EBL as it has entered its second decade.

  • Perspectives and Updates on the Growing Cross-Border Practice

As the number and intensity of cross-border insolvencies and restructurings continue to mushroom, this panel will attempt to bring attendees up to speed on a variety of the developments in cross-border practice over the past two years.

To view the full list of expert speakers and find out more about the Cross-Border Insolvency Program, please click here. If you are a member of the press and would like to attend the Cross-Border Insolvency Program, please contact ABI Public Affairs Manager John Hartgen at 703-894-5935 or jhartgen@abiworld.org.

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abiworld.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abiworld.org/conferences.html.

 

ABI’s Delaware “Views from the Bench” Program on Oct. 17 Features Dynamic Sessions and a Special “Secrets of the Bench” Presentation

Alexandria, Va. — The American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) and the Delaware State Bar Association are partnering once again to present the Delaware Views from the Bench program on Oct. 17. Featuring the insights of leading bankruptcy practitioners and perspectives from the Delaware bankruptcy and federal appellate bench, the program will take place at the historic Hotel du Pont in downtown Wilmington. The program provides general sessions along with specialized tracks for both young lawyers and experienced practitioners. New this year is a focus on ethics. The lunch program will feature a special "Secrets of the Bench Revealed" with Bankruptcy Judges Kevin J. Carey (D. Del.; Wilmington, Del.) and Michelle M. Harner (D. Md.; Baltimore).

Concurrent sessions include:

  • Ask the Judges
  • Preparing for an Appeal: How to Prepare at the Trial Level to Ensure a Successful Bankruptcy Appeal
  • Fireside Chat

Young Lawyers track sessions include:

  • How to Prepare for Oral Argument and How to Seek Out Opportunities for the Same
  • Getting Engaged and Getting Paid

Experienced Practitioners track sessions include:

  • Chapter 15
  • Hot Topics and Trends in Chapter 11 Plans

Ethics track sessions include:

  • Best Practices for Stress Management and Time Management in Restructuring
  • Dealing with Difficult Clients and Counsel

To view the full schedule and list of speakers for the program, please click here.

Attendees will be able to earn 6.5/8 hours of CLE/CPE, including 2 hours of ethics. For more information about attending ABI’s “Delaware Views from the Bench” program, please click here. If you are a member of the press and you would like to attend the conference, please contact John Hartgen at 703-894-5935 or jhartgen@abiworld.org.

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abiworld.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abi.org/calendar-of-events

Bankruptcy Appeals, Savings in Chapter 13, Technology-Related Ethical Issues And More To Be Discussed At ABI’s Hon. Eugene R. Wedoff Seventh Circuit Consumer Bankruptcy Conference On October 14

Alexandria, Va. — Chicago-area consumer bankruptcy practitioners will have the opportunity to examine current issues affecting the profession at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s (ABI’s) Hon. Eugene R. Wedoff Seventh Circuit Consumer Bankruptcy Conference on Oct. 14 (Columbus Day) at the Jenner & Block Conference Center in downtown Chicago. Faculty members include experienced local chapter 7 and 13 consumer attorneys and panel trustees, five Seventh Circuit bankruptcy judges, and the conference’s namesake, ABI Past-President and Retired Bankruptcy Judge Eugene R. Wedoff (ret.). In addition to insightful sessions, the conference will feature a special plenary session with an update from members of the ABI Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy. The Commission released its Final Report in April containing recommendations for improving the consumer bankruptcy system. Attendees have the opportunity to earn up to 7.5/9 hours of CLE/CPE credit, including 1.25/1.5 hours of ethics. The judicial chair of the conference is Bankruptcy Judge Beth E. Hanan (E.D. Wis.; Milwaukee).

Conference sessions include:

  • Seventh Circuit Case Law Update
  • Bankruptcy Appeals
  • Technology-Related Ethical Issues
  • Savings in a Chapter 13
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Coverage Counsel at § 341 Meetings

For more information on the Hon. Eugene R. Wedoff Seventh Circuit Consumer Bankruptcy Conference, including the full list of panel speakers, please click here.

If you are a member of the press and would like to attend the Hon. Eugene R. Wedoff Seventh Circuit Consumer Bankruptcy Conference, please contact John Hartgen at 703-894-5935 or jhartgen@abiworld.org.

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abiworld.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abi.org/calendar-of-events.

 

Commercial Chapter 11 Filings Increase 19 Percent from Last Year, Total Filings Drop 3 Percent

Alexandria, Va. Commercial chapter 11 filings increased 19 percent in August 2019 from last year, according to data provided by Epiq Systems, Inc. The 432 commercial chapter 11 filings in August 2019 were up 19 percent over the 364 filings registered in August 2018. Overall commercial filings also increased in August 2019, as the 3,337 filings were a 3 percent increase over the 3,231 filings in August 2018. Conversely, the 66,478 total U.S. bankruptcy filings for August 2019 represented a 3 percent decrease from the August 2018 total of 68,547 filings. The 63,141 consumer filings in August 2019 also represented a 3 percent decrease from last year’s consumer filing total of 65,316.

“Increasing trade costs and rising debt loads present challenges for financially distressed families and businesses,” said ABI Executive Director Samuel J. Gerdano. “Legislation was recently signed into law providing better access to the financial fresh start of bankruptcy for struggling small businesses, veterans and family farmers.”

President Donald J. Trump on Aug. 23 signed the “Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019” (H.R. 3311), “HAVEN Act” (H.R. 2938) and “Family Farmer Relief Act of 2019” (H.R. 2336) into law. The bipartisan bills, which ABI testified in support of in June, passed the House in late July and the Senate on August 1. To view a webinar featuring a panel of experts discussing the new laws, please click here.

Total bankruptcy filings in August 2019 represented a 3 percent increase from the 64,310 total filings in July. The 432 commercial chapter 11 filings recorded in August 2019 also represented a 3 percent increase over the 421 commercial chapter 11 filings in July. The 63,141 consumer filings in August represented a 4 percent increase from July’s consumer total of 61,006. August 2019 business filings increased 1 percent to 3,337 from July’s business total of 3,304.

The average nationwide per capita bankruptcy filing rate in August was 2.51 (total filings per 1,000 per population), a slight increase from the filing rate of 2.50 during the first seven months of 2019. Average total filings per day in August 2019 were 3,022, up from the 2,980 total daily filings recorded in August 2018. States with the highest per capita filing rates (total filings per 1,000 population) in August 2019 were:

1. Alabama (5.68)

2. Tennessee (5.45)

3. Georgia (4.40)

4. Mississippi (4.24)

5. Nevada (3.81)

ABI has partnered with Epiq Systems, Inc. in order to provide the most current bankruptcy filing data for analysts, researchers and members of the news media. Epiq Systems is a leading provider of managed technology for the global legal profession. To view the full monthly statistic tables provided by Epiq Systems, be sure to visit ABI’s Newsroom.

For further information about the statistics or additional requests, please contact ABI Public Affairs Manager John Hartgen at 703-894-5935 or jhartgen@abiworld.org.

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abi.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abi.org/calendar-of-events.

Epiq Systems is a leading provider of managed technology for the global legal profession. Epiq Systems offers innovative technology solutions for electronic discovery, document review, legal notification, claims administration and controlled disbursement of funds. Epiq System’s clients include leading law firms, corporate legal departments, bankruptcy trustees, government agencies, mortgage processors, financial institutions, and other professional advisors who require innovative technology, responsive service and deep subject-matter expertise. For more information on Epiq Systems, Inc., please visit http://www.epiqsystems.com.

 

Agriculture Distress, ABI Consumer Commission Report, Health Care Issues and More to Be Discussed at ABI's 2019 Midwestern Bankruptcy Institute Program on Oct. 3-4

Alexandria, Va. — ABI and the UMKC School of Law are pleased to present the 2019 Midwestern Bankruptcy Institute at the University of Missouri-Kansas City on Oct. 3-4, 2019! This year’s program features business, consumer and professional development tracks at affordable pricing, so attendees can get the exact training that they need. Attendees have the opportunity to earn up to 12.7/12 hours of CLE/CPE credit and 3.6/1 hours of ethics credit. There is also a special track of programs tailored to consumer practitioners at a reduced rate. The program will feature a special luncheon presentation by ABI President Alane A. Becket of Becket & Lee LLP (Malvern, Pa.), who will discuss the Final Report of ABI’s Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy. The popular ABI Talks session will feature discussions on venue reform, provide economic forecasts and look at marijuana issues in bankruptcy. Jill D. Olsen of The Olsen Law Firm, LLC (Liberty, Mo.) and Paul D. Sinclair of Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. (Kansas City, Mo.) are the program co-chairs, and Bankruptcy Judge Dennis R. Dow (W.D. Mo.; Kansas City) is the judicial chair.

Program sessions include:

  • Mock Dischargeability Hearing
  • Health Care Panel
  • Ethically Speaking: Competence and Common Pitfalls in Bankruptcy
  • Case Law Updates from the Bench
  • Hot Topics in Consumer Law
  • Hot Topics in Agriculture Law, Including New Chapter 12 Debt Limit
  • Legal Writing: Tips to Make Your Writing Stand Out
  • Trust Issues: Chapter 7 and 13 Trustee Views on Assets, Income and Case Administration
  • What Not to Put in a Chapter 11 Plan
  • Professional Fees: How to Get Paid Ethically

If you are a member of the press and would like to attend the Midwestern Bankruptcy Institute, please contact ABI Public Affairs Manager John Hartgen at 703-894-5935 or jhartgen@abiworld.org.

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abiworld.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abi.org/calendar-of-events.

 

Bankruptcy Sales, Avoidance Issues, Preferences and Fraudulent Conveyances and More to Be Discussed at ABI's Views from the Bench Program on Sept. 20

Alexandria, Va. — ABI’s popular Bankruptcy 2019: Views from the Bench program will take place on Sept. 20 at The Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. The program features the views of 17 sitting and retired bankruptcy judges. This year’s program will examine a number of current issues related to bankruptcy sales, dilemmas of the creditors’ committee, a debate on the standard of disinterestedness, and much more. Attendees have the chance to earn up to 6 hours of CLE credit and 1.2 hours of ethics. The judicial co-chair of the program is Bankruptcy Judge Michelle M. Harner (D. Md.; Baltimore), and the program chair is Donald A. Workman of BakerHostetler (Washington, D.C.).

The program will also feature ABI’s popular Great Debates session. Bankruptcy Judge Michael E. Wiles (S.D.N.Y.; New York) will moderate a debate between retired Bankruptcy Judge Eugene R. Wedoff (Oak Park, Ill.) and Craig Goldblatt of WilmerHale (Washington, D.C.) over the issue of whether a creditor in possession of a debtor’s collateral must surrender it to avoid a stay violation. Thomas M. Horan of Fox Rothschild LLP (Wilmington, Del.) will moderate the second debate, during which Bankruptcy Judge Kevin J. Carey (D. Del.; Wilmington) and retired Bankruptcy Judge Robert E. Gerber of Joseph Hage Aaronson LLC (New York) will discuss whether the legal test or application of the standard of disinterestedness should be changed.

Panel sessions at the Views from the Bench program include:

  • Confirmation Roundtable
  • Bankruptcy Sales
  • Dilemmas of the Creditors’ Committee
  • Avoidance Issues
  • Cheat, Prey, Shove: 3 Acts Forbidden by Ethics

If you are a member of the press and would like to attend the “Views from the Bench” program, please contact ABI Public Affairs Manager John Hartgen at 703-894-5935 or jhartgen@abiworld.org.

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abiworld.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abi.org/calendar-of-events.

 

President Signs Family Farmer Relief Act Into Law

Alexandria, Va. — President Donald J. Trump today signed the Family Farmer Relief Act of 2019 (H.R. 2336) into law. The bipartisan legislation, which ABI testified in support of in June, passed the House in late July and the Senate on August 1.

“With farm loan delinquencies and bankruptcies rising, struggling family farmers now have a stronger tool within the Bankruptcy Code for achieving a financial fresh start,” said ABI Executive Director Samuel J. Gerdano. “ABI commends the Congress for developing this important bill into law.”

The Family Farmer Relief Act of 2019 was introduced on April 18 in the House by Rep. Antonio Delgado (D-N.Y.) to update chapter 12 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to reflect the economic challenges facing distressed farmers. Chapter 12 was added to the Bankruptcy Code in 1986 to provide reorganization relief to family farmers and fishermen to more properly handle this specialized area of bankruptcy law. Farm sizes have increased substantially since 1986; meanwhile, net farm income has declined since 2013. A survey released on Aug. 15 by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago found that Midwest bankers were reporting that the percentage of farm loans their customers are having problems repaying hit a 20-year high in the second quarter of this year. As the current debt limit for chapter 12 filings is $4.3 million, H.R. 2336 would raise this limit to $10 million. A bipartisan companion bill (S. 897) was introduced on March 27 in the Senate by Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), the author of chapter 12.

"The Family Farmer Relief Act reinforces chapter 12 to provide family farmers with a durable tool to deal with the cyclical economic challenges faced in American agriculture, roiled by fluctuating land values, swings in commodity prices, weather calamities and adverse trade policies made by government," Gerdano said.

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abiworld.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abi.org/calendar-of-events.

 

President Signs Small Business Reorganization Act Into Law

Alexandria, Va. — President Donald J. Trump today signed the “Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019” (SBRA; H.R. 3311) into law. The bipartisan legislation, which ABI testified in support of in June, passed the House in late July and the Senate on August 1. The law will take effect in February 2020.

“SBRA ensures that small businesses will be able to reorganize and rehabilitate their financial affairs effectively under the Bankruptcy Code,” said ABI Executive Director Samuel J. Gerdano. “ABI commends the Congress for developing this important and bipartisan bill.”

SBRA would add a new subchapter V to chapter 11, providing a better path for small businesses to successfully restructure, reduce liquidations, save jobs and increase recoveries to creditors while recognizing the value provided by the entrepreneur. It adopts the current definition of a “small business debtor” as a person in commercial or business activity with aggregate or noncontingent liquidated secured and unsecured debts as of its bankruptcy filing date of not more than $2,725,625. It is estimated that about half the chapter 11 cases filed today could qualify for subchapter V treatment. Introduced on June 18 by Reps. Ben Cline (R-Va.), David Cicilline (D-R.I.), Doug Collins (R-Ga.) and Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.), the SBRA is inspired by the work of the National Bankruptcy Conference and ABI’s Commission to Study the Reform of Chapter 11. A bipartisan companion bill (S. 1091) was introduced on April 9 in the Senate by Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa).

“With proper planning and execution, the Small Business Reorganization Act enables financially troubled small businesses to emerge from bankruptcy within months following a court-approved plan of reorganization,” Gerdano said.

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abiworld.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abi.org/calendar-of-events.

 

President Signs the Honoring American Veterans In Extreme Need (HAVEN) Act of 2019 Into Law

Alexandria, Va. — President Donald J. Trump today signed the “Honoring American Veterans in Extreme Need Act of 2019” (HAVEN Act; H.R. 2938) into law. The bipartisan legislation, which ABI testified in support of in June, passed the House in late July and the Senate on August 1.

“The HAVEN Act ensures that the Bankruptcy Code works for, not against, struggling veterans looking to achieve a financial fresh start,” said ABI Executive Director Samuel J. Gerdano. “ABI commends the Congress for developing this important and bipartisan bill into law.”

The HAVEN Act was introduced on May 23 in the House by Reps. Lucy McBath (D-Ga.) and Greg Steube (R-Fla.) to exclude VA and DoD disability payments from the monthly income calculation used for bankruptcy means testing. The bill was included in the National Defense Authorization Act, which passed on June 27. ABI Veterans Affairs Task Force Member Holly Petraeus, a former assistant director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, testified in favor of the bill on behalf of the Task Force before the House Judiciary Committee. ABI’s Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy also endorsed the provision. A bipartisan companion bill (S. 679) was introduced on March 6 in the Senate by Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.).

“VA and DoD disability payments made to veterans or their dependent survivors were earned in defense of our country,” Gerdano said. “The HAVEN Act fixes the Code to make sure that these payments are shielded from creditors.”

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abiworld.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abi.org/calendar-of-events.

 

Treatment of Student Loan Debt Could be Top Predictor of Future Bankruptcy Filing Levels, According to August ABI Journal

Alexandria, Va. — While bankruptcies have slightly declined for eight consecutive years, an article in the August ABI Journal highlighted student loan debt as the issue that could have the greatest impact on future filing levels. “How America deals with the student loan crisis could have a substantial impact on bankruptcy filings,” writes Ed Flynn, a consultant with ABI, in his article “How Long Will the Era of Bankruptcy Stability Last?” Flynn previously worked for more than 30 years at the Executive Office for U.S. Trustees and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.

While bankruptcy filing levels have appeared to be fairly stable for the last several years, large annual swings in filings have been far more common over the past 100 years than periods of stability, according to Flynn. “Historically speaking, bankruptcy filing levels are far more volatile than other types of cases in the federal courts,” he writes. Since 1990, the average annual change in total bankruptcy filings (up or down) has been 15.1 percent. Even excluding the filing surge prior to the enactment of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act in 2005 and the subsequent decline in 2006, the annual average change has been 12.4 percent. “By comparison, during the same period, the average change per year in the federal district courts has been 4.7 percent for civil cases and 4.5 percent for criminal cases, and in the courts of appeals, the average annual change in filings has been 4.8 percent,” Flynn writes.

With such historical filing fluctuations and student loan debt now eclipsing $1.6 trillion, Flynn examines proposals to address student loan debt and what the effects might be on bankruptcy filings. “Several Democratic presidential candidates have proposed forgiveness (without bankruptcy) of all or a large portion of student loan debt,” Flynn writes. “If enacted, these proposals would likely lead to a further decline in bankruptcy filings because removal of this nondischargeable debt would allow some potential filers to be able to manage their other obligations without the need for bankruptcy.”

“However, if instead of general forgiveness of student loan debt Congress were to amend 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(8) to make some or all student loan debts dischargeable, filings could soar to unprecedented levels,” according to Flynn. For example, Flynn cites the "Student Borrower Bankruptcy Relief Act of 2019" (S.141), which would make all student loan debt dischargeable. He said that this proposal would double the amount of delinquent non-mortgage debt that would be dischargeable in bankruptcy. Flynn also highlighted the Final Report of the ABI Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy that contained recommendations that would allow discharge of certain categories of student loan debt.

“For the past several years, the bankruptcy system has had a rare period of stability,” Flynn writes. “However, based on more than 100 years of history, it is unlikely that this stability will last.”

To obtain your copy of “How Long Will the Era of Bankruptcy Stability Last?,” please click here.

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ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 11,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abiworld.org. For additional conference information, visit http://www.abi.org/education-events.

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