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Northwestern Wisconsin Bankruptcy Institute 2022

Product ID: CA3072R2
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Northwest passage

The customized educational experience for bankruptcy practitioners in northwestern Wisconsin is back! At the Northwestern Bankruptcy Institute 2022, you’ll gain insights from bankruptcy judges, practical guidance from their clerks, and advice from trustees. Experienced local practitioners will go beyond the basics of bankruptcy and delve into:

  • Eligibility issues and practicalities in Chapter 12 bankruptcies
  • Tax issues in insolvency and bankruptcy
  • Key timelines and considerations in Subchapter V cases
  • Ways to avoid objections to confirmation in Chapter 13 cases
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Pricing

Member $269.00

Non-Member $349.00

Credits

6.5 CLE, 1 EPR, 1 LAU

Date and Time

Thursday, May 19, 20228:30 AM - 4:45 PM CT

Add to Calendar 5/19/2022 8:30:00 AM 5/19/2022 4:45:00 PM America/Chicago Northwestern Wisconsin Bankruptcy Institute 2022

Northwest passage

The customized educational experience for bankruptcy practitioners in northwestern Wisconsin is back! At the Northwestern Bankruptcy Institute 2022, you’ll gain insights from bankruptcy judges, practical guidance from their clerks, and advice from trustees. Experienced local practitioners will go beyond the basics of bankruptcy and delve into:

  • Eligibility issues and practicalities in Chapter 12 bankruptcies
  • Tax issues in insolvency and bankruptcy
  • Key timelines and considerations in Subchapter V cases
  • Ways to avoid objections to confirmation in Chapter 13 cases
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Northwest passage

The customized educational experience for bankruptcy practitioners in northwestern Wisconsin is back! At the Northwestern Bankruptcy Institute 2022, you’ll gain insights from bankruptcy judges, practical guidance from their clerks, and advice from trustees. Experienced local practitioners will go beyond the basics of bankruptcy and delve into:

  • Eligibility issues and practicalities in Chapter 12 bankruptcies
  • Tax issues in insolvency and bankruptcy
  • Key timelines and considerations in Subchapter V cases
  • Ways to avoid objections to confirmation in Chapter 13 cases
Read More ↓

Chief Judge Catherine J. Furay
Chief U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Western District of Wisconsin
Madison

Judge Katherine Maloney Perhach
United States Bankruptcy Judge for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Eastern District of Wisconsin
Milwaukee

Chief Judge Michael E. Ridgway
United States Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN

John Kohler
U.S. Bankrupty Court for the Western District of Wisconsin
Madison

James W. McNeilly, Jr. (Program Chair)
Wisconsin Department of Revenue's Office of General Counsel
Madison

Virginia E. George
Steinhilber Swanson, LLP
Milwaukee

Leslie Brodhead-Griffith
Staff Attorney – Chapter 13 & 12 Trustee
Madison

Richard Charles Grosenick
Retired

Bradley J. Halberstadt
Stewart, Zlimen & Jungers, Ltd.
Roseville, MN

Deanne M. Koll
Bakke Norman, S.C.
New Richmond

Tanya LS Malaney, CPA
Wipfli
Eau Claire

Mark N. Mathias
Mathias Law
Eau Claire

Jennifer Schank
Fuhrman & Dodge, S.C.
Madison

Paul G. Swanson
Steinhilber Swanson, LLP
Oshkosh

Evan M. Swenson
Swenson Law Group
Eau Claire

Emily Veenendaal, PMHNP-BC
Behavioral Health Service Line Lead
Baldwin

William E. Wallo
Bakke Norman, S.C.
Eau Claire

 

 

 

8:30 a.m. : Registration

8:45 a.m. : Clerk’s Office Update

  • Upcoming Amendments to Bankruptcy Rules
  • U.S. Courthouse, Eau Claire Renovations Update
  • Best Practices

John Kohler

9:00 a.m. : View from the bench

Judge Catherine J. Furay, Judge Katherine M. Perhach

9:30 a.m. : Agricultural Issues

  • Eligibility Issues in Chapter 12
  • Neither Fish nor Fowl – Similarities and Differences between Chapter 12, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13
  • Events, Issues, and Trends in Agriculture and Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 12 Practicalities
  • Non-Bankruptcy Considerations

Chief Judge Michael E. Ridgway, Evan Swenson, Paul Swanson

10:30 a.m. : Break

10:45 a.m. : Uses and Considerations for Subchapter V Small Business Debtor Reorganization

  • Evaluation of eligibility burden in a Sub V case
  • When is the best time to address valuation of Debtor’s assets?
  • Key timelines in a Sub V case
  • Mechanics of a Sub V case
  • Comparison of Sub V to Chapters 12 and 13
  • Planning for the financial impact of a Sub V bankruptcy

William Wallo, Judge Perhach, Judge Furay, Virginia George

11:45 a.m. : Lunch (on your own)

12:45 p.m. : Chapter 13

  • Chapter 13 Plan Perspectives from Counsel for Auto Creditors and the Chapter 13 Trustee (Pitfalls to Avoid Objections to Confirmation)

Leslie Brodhead-Griffith and Brad Halberstadt

1:15 p.m. : Tax and Insolvency Issues

  • How the IRS collects
  • How the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (WDOR) collects
  • Tips on how to deal with the IRS and WDOR
  • Tips on how to address tax issues in insolvency and bankruptcy
  • Differences between dealing with the IRS and WDOR.

James W. McNeilly, Jr, Richard Grosenick and Tanya LS Malaney, CPA

2:15 p.m. : Ethics

  • Withdrawal
    • Reasons to withdraw
    • Material disagreement
    • Client is not paying you
    • Lost contact with client
    • Client is not following your advice/case is a “loser” but client wants to litigate/client continues in a course of action attorney believes is wrong
  • Noisy withdrawal allowed/advisable? Client confidentiality vs candor towards tribunal
  • Timing of withdrawal

Mark Mathias and Jennifer Schank

3:15 p.m. : Margarita Break (30 minutes)

3:45 p.m. : Client Stress Management - What Makes You Happy at Work

  • A Clinician’s view on stress and mental health
  • Ways to be happier at work, without finding a work-life balance

Deanne Koll and Emily Veenendaal

4:35 p.m. : Question and Answer

4:45 p.m. : Program Concludes

 Following program start times, webcast replay schedule may vary slightly from above listed times.

  • Hear directly from the judges you practice before as they provide a view from the bench
  • Understand the ins and outs of Subchapter V cases
  • Get insider tips on how to deal with the Internal Revenue Service and the Wisconsin Department of Revenue
  • Examine issues and trends in agriculture and bankruptcy
  • Review ethical considerations surrounding withdrawal from representation
  • Find out how you can be happier at work
  • Bankruptcy lawyers
  • Collections lawyers
  • Business lawyers
  • General practitioners
  • Any attorney seeking a greater understanding of bankruptcy law

Book Sale – Save 20%

Collections & Bankruptcy in Wisconsin
Save 20% on Collections & Bankruptcy in Wisconsin.* Plus, all seminar attendees receive a free two-week trial of the Books UnBound® version. It’s one of the few Wisconsin-specific books providing a detailed overview of bankruptcy and collections in a single volume. Use discount code CA3072 when you order online or by calling (800) 728-7788.

*Discount applies to both print and digital Books UnBound editions of this title and cannot be applied to previous purchases. Offer valid as long as CLE credit is available for this program. For Books UnBound users, discount may be applied to purchase of individual Books UnBound title only and may not be used on purchase of full library.

All attendees will be asked to either be fully vaccinated or have a current negative COVID test taken no more than 48 hours before attending. If health orders are in place mandating masks for the community where the meeting is held, masks will be required.The State Bar reserves the right to cancel an in-person meeting if conditions/health orders warrant doing so. Attendees who have recently tested positive for COVID-19 or who have had a "close contact" as defined by the CDC are expected to follow CDC guidelines related to isolation and quarantine. Registration fees will be refunded if cancellation is required due to a positive COVID-19 test or exposure.

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