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Understanding Corporate Bankruptcies: What Every Nonbankruptcy Professional Should Know About The Chapter 11 Process

Webinar: ID# 1032084
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This material will give a concise overview of what the non-bankruptcy professional needs to understand when faced with a Chapter 11.

The information will ensure that the non-bankruptcy professional understands the necessary actions that must be taken and how and when to do so, the necessity of timely filing a proof of claim, filing a voting ballot, and objecting to the proposed Chapter 11 plan, the role of the U.S. Trustee's Office in Chapter 11, and possible participation in the creditor's committee, and its role.

Receive a good basis for understanding the roles of creditors in the Chapter 11 proceeding.

AGENDA
  • Difference Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 11
  • Determination of When a Creditor Is Secured
  • The Automatic Stay in Chapter 11 and the Secured Creditor
  • Use of Cash Collateral
  • The Chapter 11 Plan, and Voting
  • The Rights of Unsecured Creditors
  • Filing a Proof of Claim
About The Presenter

Robert J. Bigge, Jr., Esq.
  • Attorney with Bigge & Rodriguez, P.A.
  • Practice is limited to bankruptcy
  • Regularly conducts national seminars on bankruptcy
  • J.D. degree, University of Miami; B.A. degree, University of Florida
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