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Attorney Bruce Weiner to teach course on Handling Business Bankruptcy Cases: Friday, March 13, 2020, 2:00-5:00 pm

This training, presented by the New York County Lawyers Association Continuing Legal Education Institute, is designed to help participants gain an understanding of how to handle a business bankruptcy case under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. Its panel — Bruce Weiner, Esq., Todd Duffy, Esq. and Gabriel Del Virginia, Esq. — will also pay attention to the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019, which went into effect on February 19, 2020, and provides a way for small businesses to file for reorganization in Bankruptcy Court.

New York Attorneys who participate in this program will earn 3.5 credits: 1 in Ethics, 2.5 in Skills. New Jersey Attorneys will also earn 3.5 credits: 1 Ethics, 2.5 General.

Cost is $50 for members of the New York County Lawyers Association, $75 for non-members. Tuition assistance is available by application to qualified attorneys. Consult www.nycla.org for application and submission procedure.

Training will be held at the NYCLA, 14 Vesey Street, 2nd Floor Auditorium, New York 10007.

Registration is required.

If you’re seeking small business bankruptcy help, please contact experienced bankruptcy attorney Bruce Weiner, Esq. for a free initial consultation.

Rosenberg, Musso & Weiner, L.L.P
26 Court St # 2211
Brooklyn, NY 11242, USA
718-855-6840
http://nybankruptcy.net/

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