Waldrep Wall Babcock & Bailey PLLC Attorneys Jim Lanik, Ciara L. Rogers, and Jennifer B. Lyday will be speaking at the 45th Annual Bankruptcy Institute held this year at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, North Carolina November 11-12. This year’s Bankruptcy Institute features a wide array of current and developing issues facing North Carolina bankruptcy practitioners. Our firm's attorneys will be speaking on the following topics:
“Chapter 5 Actions and Bankruptcy Litigation,” Jim Lanik
Complex and important litigation frequently arises in bankruptcy cases. Such litigation is often brought by bankruptcy trustees and debtors-in-possession using the special statutory powers that the Bankruptcy Code provides. This panel shares an overview of current developments in bankruptcy litigation in North Carolina’s three federal districts.
“The Emergence of Subchapter V,” Ciara L. Rogers
With the recent increase in its availability, debtors have increasingly turned to the small business bankruptcy provisions of Subchapter V of the Bankruptcy Code. In this session, two experienced business bankruptcy practitioners discuss the increasing use of Subchapter V in bankruptcy reorganizations.
“Managing Privilege Issues in Bankruptcy,” Jennifer B. Lyday
This session addresses the unique privilege issues that arise in counseling clients contemplating bankruptcy and subsequently arise in bankruptcy cases and related bankruptcy litigation.