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Annual Bankruptcy Update 2020

Product ID: CA3029R3
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

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.

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Member $259.00

Non-Member $339.00

Credits

8 CLE, 1 EPR

Date and Time

Tuesday, November 24, 20208:30 AM - 5:05 PM CT

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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.

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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.

Read More ↓

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Program Chairs & Presenters:

Shay A. Agsten
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Eastern District
Milwaukee

J. David Krekeler
Krekeler Strother, S.C.
Madison

Mark N. Mathias
Nicolet Law Office, S.C.
Eau Claire

William E. Wallo
Weld Riley, S.C.
Eau Claire

Presenters:

Adam Y. Ben-Zikri
Wisconsin Department of Revenue
Madison

Hon. Catherine J. Furay
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Western District
Madison

Rebecca R. Garcia
Chapter 13 Trustee
Oshkosh

Jeremy Geisel
Debt Advisors Law Offices
Milwaukee

Michael S. Georg
Debt Advisors Law Offices
Milwaukeeadison

Nicholas Hahn
Godfrey & Kahn
Appleton

Hon. G. Michael Halfenger
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Eastern District
Milwaukee

Hon. Beth E. Hanan
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Eastern District
Milwaukee

Mark Harring
Chapter 12 and Chapter 13 Standing Trustee
Madison

Mary R. Jensen
Assistant U.S. Trustee,
Western District of Wisconsin
Madison

Aviva Meridian Kaiser
State Bar of Wisconsin
Madison

Cameron Marston
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Western District
Madison

Sean McDermott
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Eastern District
Milwaukee

Janet Medlock
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Eastern District
Milwaukee

L. Katie Mason
Quarles & Brady LLP
Milwaukee

James W. McNeilly, Jr.
Wisconsin Department of Revenue
Madison

Brittany S. Ogden
Quarles & Brady LLP
Madison

Hon. Katherine Maloney Perhach
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Eastern District
Milwaukee

Timothy J. Pierce
State Bar of Wisconsin
Madison

Eliza M. Reyes
Steinhilber Swanson LLP
Madison

Jennifer Schank
Fuhrman & Dodge, S.C.
Middleton

Laura D. Steele
U.S. Department of Justice – U.S. Trustee Program
Milwaukee

Craig E. Stevenson
DeWitt LLP
Madison

Iana Vladimirova
Husch Blackwell LLP
Madison

Lara Wild
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Western District
Madison

8:30 a.m. : Subchapter V Nine Months Later – How is it Going?

Mary R. Jensen, J. David Krekeler, Laura D. Steele, Iana Vladimirova

9:20 a.m. : 15 Things You Need to Know about Evidence before You Go to Your Next Evidentiary Hearing

L. Katie Mason, Brittany S. Ogden, Hon. Katherine Maloney Perhach

10:10 a.m. : Break

10:20 a.m. : Dale Ihlenfeldt Memorial Case Law Update

Eliza M. Reyes, Jennifer Schank, William E. Wallo

11:10 a.m. : 6 Tips You Should Know about Wisconsin Tax Law

Adam Y. Ben-Zikri, James W. McNeilly

12:00 p.m. : Lunch

1:00 p.m. : Clerk’s Office Reports

  • Updates from the Eastern District

Sean McDermott, Janet Medlock

  • Updates from the Western District

Lara Wild

1:20 p.m. : By the Court – Author’s Notes

Hon. Catherine J. Furay, Hon. G Michael Halfenger, Hon. Beth E. Hanan, Hon. Katherine Maloney Perhach

2:40 p.m. : Break

2:55 p.m. : Rooker Feldman, Issue Preclusion, Claim Preclusion, and Judicial Estoppel

Nicholas Hahn, Hon. G. Michael Halfenger, Cameron Marston

3:45 p.m. :  Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on Consumer Bankruptcy Practice Including the CARES Act

  • Tips for client meetings, schedule preparation, and signing remotely
  • Preparing your client for a phone or zoom 341 meeting
  • Cares Act Plans in Chapter 13 – limitations and best practices
  • Mortgage forbearance under Section 4022(b) of the CARES Act
  • What may be Next – Bankruptcy provisions of the HEROS Act

Rebecca R. Garcia, Jeremy Geisel, Michael S. Georg, Mark Harring

4:15 p.m. : Ethics

Aviva Meridian Kaiser, Timothy J. Pierce, Laura D. Steele, Craig E. Stevenson

5:05 p.m. : Program Concludes

  • Hear from U.S. Bankruptcy Court judges from the Eastern and Western Districts
  • Help clients affected by COVID-19
  • Get tax tips from lawyers with the Wisconsin Department of Revenue
  • Learn how to avoid ethical pitfalls
  • Commercial bankruptcy attorneys
  • Individual bankruptcy lawyers
  • General practitioners

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