The Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005

Venue: Doubletree Metropolitan Hotel

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 16, 2005 End Date/Time: Nov 16, 2005
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The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, provides for Important Changes in the Management of Cases in Multiple Chapters of the Bankruptcy Code. Strongly Supported by Credit Card Issuers, among Others, the New Provisions of the Code will have Potential Dramatic Impact on all Classes of Creditors, including Senior Secured, Second Lien, and Unsecured. This Forum, Structured by Professionals in the Field of Bankruptcy and Restructuring, will focus on the Practical Aspects of the Act, as it May Impact Creditor Revenue, Profitability, and the Restructuring of Internal Collection Processes.

The Topics will Cover such Timely Issues as:

The Impact of BAPCPA: Who Wins, Who Loses
The Effect of the BAPCPA on Pricing and the Selling of Bankruptcy Claims and Distressed Debt
Can Secured or Unsecured Creditors Maintain or Increase Present Revenue Levels after 10/17/2005?
The Impact of BAPCPA on Real Estate and Leases
Is There Humor to be Found Within the New Code?
Chapter 11 Mock Trial: How it Should Play Out after 10/17/2005
Notice, the Automatic Stay, Valuation of Collateral, and Exemptions under BAPCPA
How Can Improvements be Made to the BAPCPA: Suggestions for a Better Act
A Practical Guide for Creditors and All Professionals involved in the Credit Making Decision Process.


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