NJICLE: What Bankruptcy Lawyers Need to Know About Other Areas of the Law

October 29, 2015Attorneys: Marc R. Berman and Richard J. Ericsson
Bankruptcy practitioners often face issues and questions involving other areas of practice. To provide effective representation, they need a basic understanding of such practices and how they may impact the outcome of their bankruptcy cases.
For this seminar we have assembled a group of practitioners to provide the bankruptcy practitioner with the knowledge they need to spot potential issues. The seminar will first examine the practice areas of most concern to attorneys who primarily represent individual consumer debtors in chapter 7 cases.  The presenters will then explore those issues most likely to be encountered by attorneys who primarily represent businesses reorganizing under chapter 11.

Details: Thurs., Oct. 29, 2015 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
NJ Law Center 
One Constitution Square 
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1520 

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