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Basic Bankruptcy Law – CLE course Sept 23

A quick FYI to let everyone know that I’ll be serving as one of the faculty members for the Wednesday, September 23 “Bridge the Gap-Session C:  Basic Bankruptcy Law” for the New York County Lawyers Association (NYCLA).

Full information is below.  Click here for the sign-up form.

Bridge the Gap-Session C: Basic Bankruptcy Law*

Wednesday, September 23, 2009, 5:30 – 9:00 PM
Member Price: $100
Non-Member Attorney Price: $150

Location: 14 Vesey Street, 2nd Floor Auditorium

Course ID: C092309

Number of Sessions: 1

Credits: 4 MCLE Credits
4 MCLE Credits: 1 Ethics; 2 Professional Practice; 1 Skills; Transitional and Non-Transitional

Course Description:
In this difficult economic climate, it is more important than ever for attorneys to know the basics of bankruptcy law and how they can protect their clients and their assets.

Topics discussed include:
Conducting the client meeting
Deciding whether Bankruptcy is the proper option for your client; Evaluating which Chapter to file for Bankruptcy under
Satisfying the Attorney’s responsibilities
Satisfying the “means test”
Ethical considerations
How to draft the Bankruptcy Petition, Schedules and other forms

Gabriel Del Virginia, Esq.; Todd E. Duffy, Duffy & Atkins , LLP; Bruce L. Weiner, Rosenberg Musso & Weiner, LLP

Program Chairs:
Todd E. Duffy, Duffy & Atkins, LLP; Bruce L. Weiner, Rosenberg Musso & Weiner, LLP

Program Co-Sponsor: NYCLA’s Bankruptcy Law Committee

Read more: Business Bankruptcy Lawyer

Rosenberg, Musso & Weiner, L.L.P
26 Court St # 2211
Brooklyn, NY 11242, USA

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