A strong prediction
No one has a crystal ball, but the longer that COVID-19 wreaks havoc on the economy, the more likely it is that bankruptcies will rise. In fact, ranked by assets alone, the magnitude of bankruptcies in 2020 has already surpassed that of 2008.1
In the Annual Bankruptcy Update 2020, you’ll have the chance to hear directly from U.S. Bankruptcy Court judges and clerks from both the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin. Prepare for a likely uptick in cases in the months ahead with valuable insight straight from the bench.
Experienced practitioners will be on hand to provide unique perspectives on:
- Crucial case law decisions
- Relevant (and vital!) aspects of Wisconsin tax law
- Prepping for evidentiary hearings
- Related ethical obligations
The rise of online shopping and changing consumer habits was hurting many industries long before COVID-19 came along and ravaged sales. However, as the pandemic rages on and relief efforts run out, many businesses won’t be able to hang on any longer. Discuss strategies for helping clients whose businesses have been hit hard by the economic fallout of COVID-19.
Stay current with the latest developments in bankruptcy practice with help from the Annual Bankruptcy Update 2020.
1The 20 biggest companies that have filed for bankruptcy because of the coronavirus pandemic