Just as no two people are alike, individual bankruptcy cases are not homogenous.
This course will discuss how to approach individual bankruptcy cases while anticipating those differences. Not all individual cases are consumer cases, nor are all consumer cases truly consumer debts. Individuals with mortgage issues may fare better in chapter 11 than 13. Delaying a filing may yield more benefits than an emergency filing. Understanding these differences is key to serving each client effectively, from intake through litigation. This course will also address protecting practitioners in an area where Congress treats lawyers as the clients' enemy. This is not just an introduction to bankruptcy law - the goal is equipping you to meet clients and their needs.
Wayne M. Greenwald represents the entire spectrum of parties-in-interest in debtor-creditor matters and cases under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. He has extensive experience in business and commercial litigation and assists clients at all phases of dispute resolution, including pre-claim negotiations, mediation, arbitration and trial.
Wayne M. Greenwald has been concentrating in debtor-creditor law for more than 30 years. He was the assistant chair of the Defense Research Institute's Special Litigation Group on Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy. He formerly served as co-chair of the American Bankruptcy Institute's commercial fraud task force.
Mr. Greenwald lectures frequently and has published or edited articles, treatises and books on bankruptcy and creditors' rights, including Criminal Practice/ Bankruptcy Proceedings. He is highly regarded in the legal community and has been included in 2007, 2008 and 2010 New York Super Lawyers.
The course presented a lot of practical knowledge. Good presentation of important time limits.
The practical example of Don and Phil was one of the highlights.
disjointed, poorly organized
very effectively presented
The course was very informative and effectively broke down some issues that had confused me a bit in the past. Thanks so much for a wonderful course taught by someone who seems empathetic, strategic, practical, and engaging.
Really knows his stuff. Very practical.
Really great speaker – – I didn't expect to like this course as much as I did. Thank you
Very knowledgeable and dynamic speaker
I do not handle bankruptcies but there are times that the bankruptcy laws do impact the family law matters that I do handle and in that regard it was very informative
This was one of the best and most informative courses that I have taken since the advent of the CLE requirements. I hope that M. Greenwald makes some more courses available at a more advanced level. He is a very skilled and effective teacher.
Great presentation on bankruptcy.
Mr Greenwald was in total control of his material. One of the very best courses. Practical and engaging
good overview and had some cool tips and tricks I was not aware of
He was the best organized and interesting person I have listened to.
I am a former law clerk to a bankruptcy judge pre-2005 changes to the law and was pleasantly surprised that a consumer could, under certain circumstances, have their taxes discharged.
Great and Concise
Very good lecture. The speaker was informative and his humor kept it interesting.
Very well structured course!!
Friendly conversational presentation
to the point basic info well presented
I'd have loved for this one to go longer, which I can't say about most.
Very very good.
Very informative and useful.
Very good presentation. Thank you.
Very useful information for the general practitioner.
I like the way he explains things.
Comprehensive and substantive!
really liked this instructor and his content
Good basic course.
Well presented. Speaker made clear what to look for, etc. Interesting topic, Liked the parable example.
clearly presented and direct to the point
A great presentation on a subject I know little about.
Very good class!
lots of info!
good overview. He's personable.
Course Information was presented well.
Knowledgeable speaker and a good place to start.
clearly knowledgeable practitioner
Excellent speaker,course as well as course materials.
This guy makes some really dull material interesting
The instructor was excellent and the materials are so helpful'; I think an extra 15 minutes for the presentation would have been quite valuable.
This lecturer was extremely knowledgeable and interesting in his presentation.
One of my favorite presenters.
Great tips to get my bankruptcy practice started
Speaker did a great job
this speaker was exceptionally good, well organized and informative. Have him do additional seminars. they are interesting.
Very knowledgeable! Fun to listen to this seasoned pro giving practical advice. Thanks.
A terrific teacher.
A very practical seminar.
I liked the way the presenter kept the discussion lively and light despite the subject matter. A very worthwhile presentation.
Good course for the novice. I don't do any bankruptcy but still found it interesting.
The lecturer was excellent. He was knowledgeable, enthusiastic and occasionally humorous to keep it all interesting. I would highly recommend him.
Excellent material and excellent speaker!
nice outline of topic
very good and useful
Instructor Greenwald was good in identifying both the essentials and the pitfals of this specialty
Excellent speaker; well informed and interesting
one of the better bankruptcy lecturers
I learned much about this area of the law that I didn't know before because it is not my area of expertise.
Very informed speaker...enjoyed it.
Extremely helpful and practical
Engaging and quick
Top notch. I highly recommend for intro to key points/issues re bankruptcy.
Very useful information
Very easy to follow.
I truly enjoyed this program informative and entertaining!
Enjoyed the comic relief too... thanks!
An ardent foundational lecture anchored by a speaker who is like sunshine with a big energy field around him. A solid, thorough, practical conversation fortifies a good nuts and bolts review to approaching individual bankruptcies. The material is explained in an easy and comprehensible manner. There is a vast difference between acquiring information and understanding it. And there’s an even wider gap between understanding it and implementing it, or doing it. Success hails from one dedicated and focused step at a time. Successful bankruptcy attorneys will take this material and use it every day. Follow Greenwald’s template to speed up the process of getting from information acquisition to skill implementation.
excellent presenter! excellent material!
Needed more time!! Very interesting - good overview!!
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