Bankruptcy law can be intimidating for the nonbankruptcy lawyer. Gain a basic understanding of the bankruptcy process geared toward criminal law, family law, and litigation attorneys. Learn about representing the bankruptcy plaintiff in civil litigation cases and the marriage of family law and bankruptcy, and explore when bankruptcy law becomes a potential criminal issue.
Cosponsored by the Debtor-Creditor Section and the Federal Bar Association.
• Whitney Boise, Boise Matthews LLP, Portland
• Susan Eggum, Eggum LLC, Portland
• Erin Fennerty, Luvaas Cobb, Eugene
• Michelle Kerin, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Portland
• Jonathan Kuni, Kuni Donaldson, Portland
• Teresa Pearson, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, Portland
• Brent Summers, Tarlow Naito & Summers LLP, Portland
• Milly Whatley, Milly Whatley PC, Bend
2.25 Practical Skills credits and .5 Ethics credit
ID 53109, 12/07/2018
Complete by 12/07/2021 for Oregon credit
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