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American Bankruptcy Institute Annual Spring Meeting

Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to sponsor the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) 31st Annual Spring Meeting, where partner Walter Curchack will speak on a Chapter 11 track panel titled "Creditors’ Committees and the Role of Indenture Trustees and Related Issues."

From the conference website:

The Annual Spring Meeting features a roster of the best national speakers, and the depth and scope of topics offer something for everyone. Four concurrent workshops will cover various "tracks," including programs for attorneys in large and small commercial cases, a track for restructuring professionals and a track dealing solely with consumer issues. The conference offers more than 18.25/22 hours of CLE/CPE in some states and ethics totaling 3.25/4 hours. In addition, 8 committee sessions will drill down on topics covered in the larger sessions to provide you with the most practical and varied CLE experience ever.

Selected Agenda
Friday, April 19, 2013
2:15PM - 3:45PM
- Chapter 11 Track: Creditors’ Committees and the Role of Indenture Trustees and Related Issues

This panel will focus on the unique issues facing the indenture trustee when it elects to serve on a creditors’ committee, including how to balance potentially conflicting fiduciary duties, how to get paid, how to navigate through the plan-negotiation process and other similar types of issues.

Speakers:
Walter Curchack
, Loeb & Loeb LLP
Dennis Dunne, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP
Nicholas Tally, Wilmington Trust
M. Stephanie Wickouski, Bryan Cave LLP

Additional Details
For more information, including how to register, please see the American Bankruptcy Institute website.