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Overview of the U.S. Bankruptcy System & Procedures

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Recorded on: Dec. 27, 2019

GRACE E. O'HANLON: It's now my pleasure to introduce you to the co-chairs of today's program, "Nuts and Bolts of Corporate Bankruptcy," Evan Hollander and David Shemano. Evan is a partner in the New York office of Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe. His practice focuses on complex US and cross-border restructuring matters. David has over 25 years experience as a business bankruptcy, restructuring, and commercial litigation lawyer. Before forming Shemano ...

UCC Article 9: Basic Building Blocks and Drafting the Security Agreement

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Recorded on: Jan. 14, 2019

KEN: Ed Smith is a partner at Morgan, Lewis, and Bockius. His biography is quite impressive and quite extensive. We could take up the first 20 minutes reading it. EDWIN SMITH: Please don't. Move along. KEN: But one thing you should know about Ed is that he's the real thing, and he's on the Uniform Laws Commissions. He helped draft the UCC the way you see it now. And I spent the first year and a half of my career working for Ed and learning what ...

UCC Article 9: Common, Uncommon and Special Collateral Types and Anti-Assignment Clause Overrides

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Recorded on: Jan. 14, 2019

KENNETH CHIN: Welcome back from lunch, everybody. I'm going to try to stay awake after a big lunch. So I'm going to stand up. It makes it a lot easier. My session is going to be on common assets and uncommon collateral and special collateral types. This morning, you heard about basic building blocks on how to attach and how to perfect in a security interest. You know how to draft a security agreement. You know how to properly fill out a debtors ...

Knowledge Management for In-House Counsel

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2019

SPEAKER: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Denis Demblowski. DENIS A. DEMBLOWSKI: Good afternoon, everyone. And welcome to the Knowledge Management for In-House Counsel webcast. My name is Denis Demblowski. I'm a legal analyst at Bloomberg Law. Along with today's panelists, I'm pleased to be part of this Practicing Law Institute presentation. The webcast today was originally broadcast in August, 2018, as one of a series of 14 ...

Cut from a Different Cloth: Employment Issues Tailored to the Fashion Industry

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Recorded on: Jan. 10, 2019

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn the briefing over to Jessica Taub Rosenberg. JESSICA TAUB ROSENBERG: Thank you. Hello, everyone. My name is Jessica Taub Rosenberg, and I'm a partner with Kasowitz Benson Torres here in New York. And my focus is employment law. And as of late, I've had a number of clients in the fashion industry space, and I thought it'd be interesting to bring a presentation to all of you called, Cut from a Different Cloth-- Employment ...

Ethics Rules that Govern Behavior in Negotiation

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Recorded on: Jan. 10, 2019

DAVID RABINOWITZ: Thank you very much. Welcome. Welcome to this seminar on negotiating ethics. Let's see. Before we get started on the substance of the program, I want to show you a headline that I saw in the BNA Professional Responsibility Reporter a few years ago. Let's see, I hope these screens come on pretty soon. What I'm going to say about this slide is there's coffee outside. But anyway, what we're going to be doing today is going over the ...

Medicaid Work Requirements – Law and Litigation Update

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Recorded on: Jan. 9, 2019

AMY TAUB: Hello. My name is Amy Taub, and I am a program attorney with PLI, a nonprofit learning organization. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing-- Medicaid Work Requirements, Law and Litigation Update. Before we begin, I had some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at anytime during the briefing. Please remember that you have access to material for this briefing ...

Texas v. U.S.: A Potentially Taxing Decision for Obamacare

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Recorded on: Jan. 8, 2019

AMY TAUB: Hello. My name is Amy Taub. And I am a program attorney with PLI, a nonprofit learning organization. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, Texas versus the United States, a potentially taxing decision for Obamacare. Before we begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at anytime during the briefing. Please remember that you have access to material ...

Cyber Insurance: What the Educated Policyholder Needs to Know Now

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Recorded on: Jan. 8, 2019

AMY TAUB: It's now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Mark Miller. MARK E. MILLER: Thank you, Amy. Really appreciate that, and thank you everyone for attending. So the title of this, "What educated policyholders need to know now," gives us some indication of potential biases that are present in this presentation. We are talking about issues that affect policyholders. In our practice, as lawyers at Miller Friel, is we represent policyholders ...

Financial Privacy Fundamentals

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Recorded on: Jan. 3, 2019

KEN MORTENSEN: All right, everyone, thank you for making it back. One thing I want to do for all of you who are on the webcast, I want to say, I do apologize. I had a little bit of a, my own personal technical glitch. I didn't realize what I had to click on to get through to two more clicks to see what the questions were. So we do have that fixed. It's now going to be up in front of me, so I can start posing those questions to our panels. So right ...

Third Party and Vendor Privacy

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Recorded on: Jan. 3, 2019

KEN MORTENSEN: --book. OK. So want to welcome everybody back. Looks like everybody made it and survived the lunch out in the rain. Hopefully, it's actually stopping finally. I'm crossing my fingers that the drive home to Boston will be easy. So we want to get going again. And this time, we want to go into a little bit more with risk management. And this is a topic that we've actually mentioned a number of times this morning. We talked about it in ...

Information Security Program Basics

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Recorded on: Jan. 3, 2019

PETER J. GUFFIN: Well, thank you. Thank you, Ken. And welcome, everyone. The subject of information security is a lot to cover in an hour. And actually, Ken, I think you left me 59 minutes. So we'll have to make this high level. But that doesn't mean we're not going to cover some really fundamental important things that both Chris and I want to convey to this audience. And one of the things that I hope during the course of the next hour Chris and ...

Communications Privacy Basics

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Recorded on: Jan. 3, 2019

KEN MORTENSEN: All right, so thank you all for still being here. This is good. This is good. We're going to make it. So we're going to move on to another topic. This time, we're going to start talking about communications privacy, and some of the issues that are there. Now, this is a little bit different, because when we talked about health and financial services, those are really sectors in business. Some say there isn't a communication sector, ...

Global Privacy Overview

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Recorded on: Jan. 3, 2019

KEN MORTENSEN: All right, guys. We have one more session to go, one more hour. This one is-- I think they're all interesting sessions, but I actually think this one will be the most interesting, given there's been the most change in this area in the past year. And that's global privacy. So I have a good friend and colleague here-- Peter McLaughlin-- who has agreed to put together a wonderful panel, and I'm going to turn over him and discuss global ...

Health Privacy Foundations

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Recorded on: Jan. 3, 2019

KEN MORTENSEN: All right. So hopefully, you all haven't been scared away with the information security bit. And now we're going to get into kind of the fun bit with health privacy and health information, which is something that is near and dear to my heart. For the last decade, it's really been the area that I've been dealing with, even in my current role, with the technology that we sell being in pretty much 80% of all the health IT systems that ...

Basic Ethical Considerations in Corporate Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

DAVID SHEMANO: Welcome back, everyone. We are now going to proceed with our final panel. I guess I should ask, after two days of this, raise your hand if you know more about the corporate bankruptcy system now than when you started. All right. It's about 50-50. That's great. Before I start, let me ask the question of the day so I don't forget. Raise your hand. How many of you know how compensation for a bankruptcy trustee is determined? Does anybody ...

Strategic Powers in Corporate Bankruptcy and Adequate Protection of Creditors’ Interests

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

DAVID: OK. Welcome, everyone, back. Hope you had a good break. We're going to our last two panels. This panel is going to be speaking about kind of the unique effect of bankruptcy on the financial operations of the Chapter 11 debt or the use and sale of property and the ability to finance the operations of the debtor. To my left is Lisa Beckerman, a partner in the restructuring group at Akin Gump. You've already met, earlier this morning, Joe Samet, ...

Reorganization (Chapter 11)

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: We have one more panel before for our break, so thank you again for bearing with. I know there's a lot of information to sift through. This next panel will be on that an overview of reorganization of chapter 11 process. Following the break, we'll focus on the chapter 11 plan. We have two members of this panel. First, to my immediate left, Lorraine McGowen. You met her yesterday. She spoke on a panel with me yesterday. Lorraine is ...

Chapter 11 Plan

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: Thank you and welcome back, everybody. Our next two panels really get to the core of a Chapter 11 case, what the Chapter 11 case is really all about. And that's the plan of reorganization and the confirmation of that plan before the Bankruptcy Court. I think it's important to remember when talking about bankruptcy or thinking about bankruptcy, while it's an activity that takes place in a courtroom and there's a lot of litigation, ...

Corporate Bankruptcy: Plan Confirmation

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

DAVID B. SHEMANO: Well, welcome back, everyone. Hope you all had a good lunch. We are headed down to the homestretch of the program and the culmination of the bankruptcy process plan confirmation. We have some great panelists. To my left is Andrew DeNatale, who is currently a counsel at the law firm of Stroock, and he's got over 40 years of experience. He knows what he's talking about, and he's also a longtime co-chair of this program. So he definitely ...

Practice Points: How to Commence a Corporate Bankruptcy Case

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: So our next panel is Practice Points-- How to Commence a Corporate Bankruptcy Case. Again, for those of you who may be taking CPE credit, which requires a question to the audience, I'll just throw out-- has anyone here been involved in filing a voluntary petition in bankruptcy or involuntary petition? OK, well, we will certainly learn that in this next section. We have two very esteemed speakers coming up-- Lewis Kruger, who is ...

The Corporate Bankruptcy Estate and Claims Against the Estate

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

SPEAKER 1: Welcome back, everyone. I hope everyone had a good lunch and enjoy the free Bordeaux provided by PLI. Did everybody get that? No? OK, we roughly could start with an overview of this morning and how we're going to start focusing on a few more specific topics. This panel is going to be talking about the corporate bankruptcy estate and claims against the estate. Let me introduce our panelists. To my immediate less left is Professor David ...

“Avoiding Powers”— Augmentation of the Estate in Corporate Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: Good morning, everyone. Evan Hollander from Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe-- one of the co-chairs of today's program. I see there is a lot of hardy souls who made it back for the second day, so we all certainly appreciate that. I find it interesting that everyone's on this side of the room with the television screen as opposed to you can move over a few seats and actually see everyone live, but I guess that tells us about the ...

Corporate Bankruptcy: Assumption or Rejection of Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: Well, thank you, everyone. I know it's been a long day. You've all kind of slogged through. We're down to our last panel of the day. We have two great speakers. The topic is corporate bankruptcy-- assumption or rejection of executory contracts and unexpired leases. To my left is my co-chair-- you've seen him most of the day-- David Shemano. David has over 25 years experience in business bankruptcy restructuring and commercial litigation. ...

Practicing Across State Lines

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

RONALD C. MINKOFF: So speaking of pertinent, no area is more pertinent to everybody on a daily basis than unauthorized practice of law and multi-jurisdictional practice. So professional responsibility types are always talking about two acronyms-- UPL, which is unauthorized practice of law, and MJP, which is multi-jurisdictional practice. And both of them are kind of two sides of the same coin. UPL is just our general statutory requirement that you ...


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