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2020 Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy eConference

UT Law's 39th Annual Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference is one of the premier bankruptcy programs in the nation. The conference attracts a stellar national faculty of prominent judges, academics, and practitioners. It also provides an in-depth focus on current topics in business and consumer bankruptcy. This year’s webcast is a new experience and still remains the same high-caliber program, highlights include: Professor Jay L. Westbrook and Debbie Langehennig will again lead two sessions of the perennial favorite Recent Developments. In place of the of business and consumer tracks, we have woven more consumer topics throughout the two days of conference.  Explore the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 and its implications for both debtors and creditors, including what the CARES Act means for those seeking qualification under the SBRA. Hear Chief Judges Hale, Jones, King, and Rhoades discuss technology and the courtroom before and after COVID-19. Judge Mott explores the real differences between Delaware and Texas with Chief Judge Sontchi and Judge Isgur. Judges Gargotta, Jones, and López weigh in on Vexing Issues in Consumer Cases including internet-based consumer firms, the use of appearance counsel, and more. Examine the requirements for debtors and official committees to retain professionals in bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code and Rules, including recent developments in retention of investment bankers, financial advisors, and Chief Restructuring Officers. Ethics session, Me? Biased? Studying Implicit Bias and How it Affects Your Decisions. Gain insight on complex Chapter 11 cases; retail bankruptcies during a world health crisis; unique challenges of a “free fall” bankruptcy; swapping boards and other management strategies; and much more. This is an online event you do not want to miss!

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 15.50 hrs | 3.75 Ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 11/30/2021
  • 2020 Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy eConference
    4.24 out of 5 stars
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    it was an interesting format but maybe a little to focused on Covid issues.

    I’ve attended several UT Law programs over the last 15 years, this one was well done, and online was not too bad, and maybe better as you can easily bring in notable speakers from anywhere. As a participant, it allowed me to go back and hear a point again, or stop, to take care of my own business. Well done, pls keep the on line on demand option, add CPE coverage options for CPA’s And other professions . The only one which was rugged and needs improvement was ray Perryman, very hard to understand , even after RE winding, audio was not well done, and he needs to use charts , I was looking forward to that topic, and was disappointed , how couldn’t he use some charts or data.

    Considering the circumstances, very well done

    All of the Judges were great. Judges Isgur and Jones are always the best. Caroline A. Reckler was the best non-judge speaker for the two days. Please ask her back and please give her more time. Claude E. Ducloux - He could have left the speech solely as it pertained to the practice of law, but he went political a number of times and then his bias was explicit for all to see. I had to listen to his parts of his speech several times on a number of occasions in order to make sure that i heard him correctly. He had such leaps in his judgment. If he speaks again at a conference that i attend or purchase online, I will do something else during his speech, and i will gladly forego claiming any CLE allocated to his speech.

    Great program as always year after year. Also liked that no one session was unduly long.

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2019 Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy eConference

UT Law's 38th Annual Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference is one of the premier bankruptcy programs in the nation. The conference attracts a stellar national faculty of prominent judges, academics, and practitioners. It also provides an in-depth focus on current topics in business and consumer bankruptcy. Program highlights: This year, the perennial favorite Recent Developments will have two sessions: Professor Jay L. Westbrook will lead the opening session to discuss the year’s most important cases, and then Friday afternoon, Debbie Langehennig leads a panel for an in-depth look at the best and worst of the cases. Select from Thursday afternoon concurrent tracks: Business Track includes discussions on recidivist debtors; modifying labor and retirement obligations in bankruptcy; utilizing and interpreting make whole provisions; rights offerings; and the drivers of the recent turmoil in the retail industry. Consumer Track includes discussions on the ABI Consumer Commission Report; litigation in consumer cases; discharging IRS debt; and practical considerations for consumer attorneys, including creating a debtor’s saving plan, increasing the disbursement from the trustee for attorney fees and ethical considerations. Explore contemporary discovery techniques that lawyers utilize to keep pace with constantly changing communications in modern society. Gain insight on the use of arbitration in bankruptcy; health care bankruptcies; unique aspects of chapter 11 cases triggered by sexual abuse tort claims; the contours of ethical negotiations, illegal extortion, and bankruptcy bribery; and much more.

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 16.25 hrs | 3.00 Ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 11/30/2021
  • 2019 Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy eConference
    4.23 out of 5 stars
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    As always, a great conference.

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