ICTF Complimentary Webcast: Need to Know U.S. Bankruptcy Concepts for Trade Creditors
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10/6/2015
When: Tuesday, October 6, 2015
11 AM EST - Duration 90 minutes
Contact: ICTF


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*This webcast has been recorded. To request on-demand please email info@ictfworld.org

ICTF Complimentary Webcast:

Need to Know U.S. Bankruptcy Concepts for Trade Creditors


This webcast will focus on the 'need to know' U.S. bankruptcy concepts and how they impact trade creditors in business insolvencies, including: Chapter 11 vs. Chapter 7; Automatic Stay; First Day Motions; Doing Business with a Chapter 11 Debtor; Claim Priorities; Secured Creditor Issues; 20 Day Administrative Claim, Reclamation, Critical Vendor, Setoff and Recoupment, Statutory Liens, Involuntary Petition; Executory Contracts; Section 363 Sale, Avoidance Actions and Preferences... and more! Find out what has changed in the last year.

Speaker: 
David Conaway, Attorney at Law - Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP


Duration: 90 minutes

ICTF Members: FREE   ~   Non-Members: $145


SPEAKER BIO:

David H. Conaway's principal areas of practice are bankruptcy (primarily Chapter 11 proceedings), non-bankruptcy insolvencies or restructurings, workouts, commercial transactions, and international transactions, disputes and insolvencies.

David has over 25 years of lead counsel experience representing both secured and unsecured creditors, including lenders, unsecured creditors (including trade creditors, bondholders or other unsecured creditor interests), and unsecured creditors' committees. David also has significant experience in representing parties in the purchase and sale of assets in bankruptcy or insolvency proceedings. His experience includes handling virtually every facet of bankruptcy and insolvency matters including issues relating to relief from stay, reclamations, setoff, critical vendor, avoidance actions, executory contracts, forensic investigations, DIP financing, creditors' committees, and plan confirmation. Read More...

 


 

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