October 06, 2017

14th Biennial Consumer Bankruptcy Law Conference

Date: Mar 22-23, 2018

The Marriott Griffin Gate Resort, 1800 Newtown Pike, Lexington, KY 40511

Presented by UK Law Continuing Legal Education

This program is designed to provide both debtor and creditor attorneys, as well as trustees, with a crucial update on consumer bankruptcy law. Some knowledge of consumer bankruptcy law and practice will be assumed. Level of instruction: Intermediate to Advanced. Suggested Prerequisite: Substantial experience or interest in subject matter.

Tentative Topics Include:

  • Enhancing the Success of Chapter 13 Cases
  • Practical Tax Issues in Consumer Bankruptcy Cases
  • What Bankruptcy Attorneys Should Know About RESPA and Mortgage Servicers
  • Claims, Class Actions, and Arbitration Clauses
  • Too Poor to File Bankruptcy
  • Dealing with Mobile Homes in Bankruptcy
  • The ABC's of Consumer Protection Issues and Their Intersection with Bankruptcy
  • Nonbankruptcy Options for Dealing with Student Loans
  • Consumer Bankruptcy Case Law Update and Bankruptcy Rule Changes
  • The UCC and Bankruptcy: Back to Basics
  • Best Practices for Debtors' and Creditors' Attorneys in Chapter 7 Cases
  • Judge's Roundtable: Modern Practice and Procedural Issues Before the Bankruptcy Court
  • Practitioner Roundtable: 60 Tips in 60 Minutes

Stites & Harbison presentation:

  • "What Bankruptcy Attorneys Should Know About RESPA and Mortgage Servicers," Brian M. Bennett, Member, Stites & Harbison, Creditors' Rights & Bankruptcy Service Group, Louisville, Kentucky office (with Stefanie Ebbens Kingsley, Stefanie Ebbens Kingsley Law)
Related Capabilities
Loan Servicing (Master & Primary) Financial Services Litigation Loan Servicing (Special) Tax-Exempt Debt Financing