Special Appearance by Judge Collins!
Bankruptcy 101 Series - Session 10
Do I really need a program to learn how to practice bankruptcy law?
I thought it was just filling out a bunch of forms!
Which Law Controls – State or Federal?
Presented by Michael Thrall
Michael’s discussion will focus on important state law issues and their impact on bankruptcy. For example, Michael will discuss, among other things, Arizona’s anti-deficiency statute, liens (or lack thereof) on homesteads in Arizona, state laws that trustees can enforce, and timely perfection of vehicle liens. The goal of this presentation is to give practitioners key pieces of state law to apply to most, if not all, consumer cases.
BK 101 Series Conclusion
Wow, Obviously Bankruptcy is Not Just Filling Out a Bunch of Forms. Now That I Know All This, What Do I Do?
Q&A and wrap up for this great 10-part Bankruptcy 101 Series led by a speaker panel consisting of: Krystal Ahart (as moderator), Brian Spector, Diane Drain, Andrea Wimmer, Jim Kahn, Gary Stickell, Shawn Stone, Trish Doyle-Kossick, Larry Karandreas, Scott Hyder, Michael Thrall, Brian Spector and Hal Campbell.
...and a special appearance by Judge Collins!
Michael Thrall’s practice is focused primarily on complex chapter 13 cases and bankruptcy litigation. He enjoys taking on complicated reorganization cases, especially those involving real estate. Michael has his real estate license and uses it to help clients and attorneys sell real estate assets out of chapter 13 bankruptcies. He has served as general counsel for a variety of businesses, including a hard money lender, a real estate brokerage, and local restaurants.
Session 10 Materials
(Provided on or before the day prior to the event)
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Meeting ID: 821 2851 1124
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346 248 7799
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About the Bankruptcy 101 Series
Learn the ins and outs of bankruptcy practice, including the court, the trustees, the code, and the clients.
This program is designed for attorneys who are new to Arizona consumer bankruptcy practice or those who simply want to refresh their knowledge.
It consists of 10 separate sessions scheduled on various dates from June 19 through September 18, 2020 (view topics and dates below). You can pick and choose which sessions you want to attend, or attend them all.
This program is open to the public so please invite your staff and colleagues. Registration is required. Materials will be provided here on or before the day prior to the event.
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