36th Annual Judge Alexander L. Paskay Seminar on Bankruptcy Law and Practice
March 15-17, 2012
Hyatt Regency Tampa
Sponsored by Stetson University College of Law and the American Bankruptcy Institute
In partnership with the American Bankruptcy Institute, the 36th Annual Judge Alexander L. Paskay Seminar on Bankruptcy Law and Practice delivers prominent national speakers on timely topics in both commercial and consumer bankruptcy, plus unique optional networking events, including a spring training game featuring the 27-time World Champion New York Yankees and a private tour and dinner at the Dali Museum.
Nuts and Bolts
CLE sessions include:
- Post-Stern v. Marshall Bankruptcy Court Jurisdiction
- Reheating the 363 Leftovers: What to do with what's left behind.
- Automatic Stay: Understanding the difference between property of the estate and property of the debtor under §362.
- DIP Financing: Is it back, and if so, who is playing and on what terms?
- Judicial Cage Match: Confirming an individual chapter 11 plan for the high-networth individual.
- Evidence and Valuation in Bankruptcy
- Evidence in Consumer Cases
- Ethics and Professionalism Potpourri
Plus a luncheon plenary session featuring a "Views from the Bench" panel with eight judges from Florida.
New this year is the optional Friday Afternoon Consumer Workshop on Effective Trial Techniques. This mock trial workshop covers trial skills and substance common to consumer filings. Offered again is the primer course "Bankruptcy Fundamentals: Nuts & Bolts for Young and New Practitioners," presented by the sitting judges in the Middle and Southern Districts of Florida.
Approval is pending with the Florida Bar for 16 hours of CLE credits, including 3.25 hours of ethics.