Bankruptcy News Briefs- 6/04

Don’t miss today’s new bankruptcy & consumer headlines…

Durbin Highlights Measure To Allow Student Loan Debt To Be Discharged In Bankruptcy

Supreme Court Clarifies When Creditors Can Collect in Bankruptcy (1)

Where Does Joe Biden Stand On Student Loan Debt?

McKinsey Lays Out New Bankruptcy Disclosure Protocol

Durbin Pushes for Bankruptcy Bill To Wipe Out Borrowers’ Student Loan Debt

Mortgage Closing Scams: How to protect yourself and your closing funds

Governor Hogan announces launch of student debt relief plan called, ‘SmartWork’

Jurisdictional Split for 1692g Written Dispute Requirement Highlighted with Recent Georgia Case

College Costs Aren’t What They Used to Be

Mired In Medical Debt? Federal Plan Would Update Overdue-Bill Collection Methods

We Have Better Gadgets but Much More Debt

CFPB Updates TRID Rule FAQs to Address Construction Loans

REGISTER FOR NACBA’S UPCOMING LIVE WEBINARS!

Emerging Bankruptcy Technologies to Assist your Bankruptcy Practice
Date: June 6, 2019
Time: 4:00 PM EST – 5:00 PM EST
Cost: $25 Member / $75 Non Member
Presenters: Rachel Foley Esq., Reed Almand, Esq. & James Haller Esq.
Register HERE

Busy bankruptcy attorneys are bombarded with technology choices – all promising great rewards but many coming at great expense. Learn about different technologies that can make your practice more efficient in time and cost.

Why You Should Attend: What faster way is there to improve your bottom line than being more efficient while increasing accuracy!

Advanced Topics in Chapter 13 Online Workshop
Date: June 20, 2019
Time: 3:00 PM EST – 6:00 PM EST
Cost: $99 Member / $149 Non Member
Presenters: Trish Mayer Esq., Summer Shaw, Esq. & James Haller Esq.
Register HERE

This panel is in response to the statement, “teach me something I didn’t know.” Designed for attorneys who are already seasoned or strive to be, the program will give participants new and innovative weapons with which to assist their clients.

  • Small Business Ch. 13 Issues
  • Business debtor’s reporting and accounting
  • Valuing a sole proprietorship and “collapsing” the business entity
  • Early withdrawal tax penalties as non-priority claims
  • Election of short tax year to create pre-petition tax debt in a chapter 7
  • 1099-C issues
  • Proper application of prior-case payments in refiled chapter 13 cases
  • “How to” lien strip an unsecured mortgage, including service and discharge issues

Why You Should Attend: Chapter 13 is easy. Its just filling out a bunch of forms and handing them (and the debtor) to the Trustee. WRONG! Chapter 13 is more complicated and offers more opportunities for the creative and aggressive attorney than any other bankruptcy. Find out how to be that attorney, so that your competition doesn’t steal all of your potential clients.

Chapter 13 Plan Provisions: What Are They Good For?
Date: July 11, 2019
Time: 4:00 PM EST – 5:00 PM EST
Cost: $25 Member / $75 Non Member
Presenters: Henry Sommer, Esq., O. Max Gardner III, Esq. & James Haller, Esq.
Register HERE

Avoid having unwanted provisions forced upon you and getting non-standard provisions that you want.

Why You Should Attend: Stuck with a plan provision unfavorable to your client? Learn how to contest those provisions and get more favorable language added to the plan.

Introduction to Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Online Workshop
Date: July 26, 2019
Time: 3:00 PM EST – 6:00 PM EST
Cost: $99 Member / $149 Non Member
Presenters: Edward Boltz, Esq., Hal Nemeth, Esq. & James Haller, Esq.
Register HERE

Bankruptcy is a world unto itself. This webinar is designed to introduce practitioners to the bankruptcy landscape and will cover the basics of chapter 7 and chapter 13, the difference between the two, and factors to consider when recommending one chapter over another. This program will give new attorneys and staff an introduction to bankruptcy practice.

Why You Should Attend: Let NACBA introduce your attorneys and staff to the practice of the Bankruptcy Code.

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