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The Consolidated Appropriations Act: Key Implications for Debtors & Creditors 2021

Product ID: CA3158R4
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Co-produced with the Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Creditors' Rights Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Get up-to-speed on what’s changed

Due to the ongoing economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 on December 27, 2020.1 The Act temporarily modifies the Bankruptcy Code to relieve economic distress on both debtors and creditors. It also provides $900 billion in stimulus relief.

At The Consolidated Appropriations Act: Key Implications for Debtors & Creditors, bankruptcy attorneys David Krekeler and Carrie S. Werle will highlight particularly important provisions contained in the 2,000+ page bill,2 including:

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Thursday, April 22, 202112:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

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Co-produced with the Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Creditors' Rights Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Get up-to-speed on what’s changed

Due to the ongoing economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 on December 27, 2020.1 The Act temporarily modifies the Bankruptcy Code to relieve economic distress on both debtors and creditors. It also provides $900 billion in stimulus relief.

At The Consolidated Appropriations Act: Key Implications for Debtors & Creditors, bankruptcy attorneys David Krekeler and Carrie S. Werle will highlight particularly important provisions contained in the 2,000+ page bill,2 including:

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Co-produced with the Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Creditors' Rights Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Get up-to-speed on what’s changed

Due to the ongoing economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 on December 27, 2020.1 The Act temporarily modifies the Bankruptcy Code to relieve economic distress on both debtors and creditors. It also provides $900 billion in stimulus relief.

At The Consolidated Appropriations Act: Key Implications for Debtors & Creditors, bankruptcy attorneys David Krekeler and Carrie S. Werle will highlight particularly important provisions contained in the 2,000+ page bill,2 including:

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David Krekeler of Krekeler Strother, S.C., in Madison, Wisconsin, devotes his practice to solving financial problems. The firm focuses on debtor-creditor and bankruptcy matters. He is a past chair of both the Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Creditors’ Rights Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin and of the Western District of Wisconsin Bankruptcy Bar. He has authored numerous materials and teaches several seminars a year.

Carrie S. Werle graduated from Florida Coastal Law School in 2011, in the top 20% of her class. Since being admitted to practice in Wisconsin in 2012, she has primarily practiced in the areas of bankruptcy and residential real estate focusing on landlord tenant law. She has experience representing debtors in all aspects of cases in Chapter 7, 11, 12, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code and adversary proceedings. While in-house counsel for a property management firm, Carrie represented landlords in eviction proceedings, damages claims, evidentiary trials and contested eviction trials. She also represented property owners in municipal court cases regarding building code violations.

  • Review the effect of the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) on the Bankruptcy Code
  • Understand how the Act expands debtors’ abilities to obtain PPP loans
  • Review extended timelines for debtor-tenants to assume or reject nonresidential leases
  • Discover how the CAA extends protections against debtor discrimination
  • Learn how the Act may incentivize creditors to work with debtors to avoid potential preference penalties
  • Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Creditors' Rights Section members
  • Bankruptcy and creditors' rights lawyers
  • Lawyers representing landlords and tenants
  • Lawyers representing businesses

Discount for Section Members

Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Creditors' Rights Section members — save $20 on this seminar!*

*The $20 discount only applies to the live webcast on on March 25, 2021 — not to webcast replays of this seminar or CLE OnDemand. BICR members with Ultimate Passes, other CLE passes, or PINNACLE discounts are not eligible for this discount. The BICR Section may discontinue this discount at any time.

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