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ABI's 26th Annual Spring Meeting

Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to be a sponsor of American Bankruptcy Institute's 26th Annual Spring Meeting.

From the ABI site:
ABI's 26th Annual Spring Meeting, the networking and CLE event of 2008, will be held April 3-6 at Washington, D.C.'s Renaissance Hotel in the Nation's Capital! Join us during cherry blossom season for exciting and informative sessions, including a luncheon keynote by Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr.

This year's conference will feature a faculty of industry leaders addressing these exciting hot topics.

  • 12th Annual Great Debates
  • CRO Roundtable: The Evolution and Challenges of Professional Management of the Reorganization Process
  • Bankruptcy Reform Redux: Mortgage and Consumer Credit, Labor, Executive Compensation and Other Legislation in the Democratic Congress
  • The Bankruptcy Sale Process, Part I: The “Pre-Auction”, Bidding Procedures, Break-up and Topping Fees and Expense Reimbursement
  • Ad Hoc Committees and Other (Unofficial) Creditor Groups: Management, Disclosure and Ethical Issues
  • The Bankruptcy Sale Process, Part II: Conducting the Auction, Post-Auction Challenges and Bids, and the Sale Confirmation Hearing and Order
  • Drafting Around the Stay: Swaps, Forward Contracts, Repurchase Agreements and the Future of Prepetition Agreements in Bankruptcy
  • Confirmation, Modification and Consummation of Chapter 13 Plans in the post-BAPCPA World
  • Standing in Whose Shoes? Prosecuting and Defending Litigation by a Bankruptcy Trustee
  • Liquidation and Litigating Trusts: Formation, Management, Jurisdictional and Other Issues
  • Finding the Center of Main Interest: The Insolvency of Hedge Funds and Other Off-Shore Entities
  • Saturday Luncheon featuring Democratic Strategist James Carville and Republican Strategist Mary Matalin
  • Beyond Ethics: The Coexistence of Zealousness, Professionalism and Civility in the Insolvency Community
  • Judges’ Roundtable: Current Cases, Hot Topics and Other Developments