Chapter 11 Hot Topics: Ethics

Production Date: January 12, 2017 Practice Areas: Ethics and Bankruptcy & Restructuring Estimated Length: 3618 minutes


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Join Baker Hostetler practitioners Marc Hirschfield and Ferve Ozturk as they discuss ethical issues arising in Chapter 11 bankruptcy and the ABI Ethics Task Force 2013 report.

This program explores conflicts-related issues resulting from shifting allegiances that can arise during a bankruptcy case; disclosure obligations for attorney retention and Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 2014; understanding the duties of counsel for a debtor-in-possession; the role of conflicts counsel in reorganizations; retainers; and standards for competency for creditors’ counsel.

Learning Objectives:

I.     Identify key ethics rules in play in Chapter 11 bankruptcies

II.    Explore recent developments providing guidance on ethical issues in bankruptcy

III.   Identify “problem areas” where ethics rules provide limited guidance and assess ethical risks in these areas

Michael M.
Malvern, PA

very good!

Ronald L. B.
lisle, IL

the two speakers helped me in understanding many of the issues

Claude A.
Oakland, CA

Very informative! Excellent.

Diana M.
Seattle, WA

These two attorneys are a terrific team for Lawline! They work extremely well together. Their joint CLE presentations are crystal clear and highly informative.

Vasiliki N.
Lake Oswego, OR

Good and organized speakers.

Richard B.
Liberty, TX

I enjoyed this program. The presenters were great.

Kristine C.
Dubuque, IA

nice presentation

Robin E.
New City, NY

Good knowledgable speakers. Liked the use of hypotheticals. Well done!

Linda B.
Weston, CT

Excellent speakers

jay s.
Merrick, NY

These guys are the rock stars of Lawline. They compliment each other like Wimbledon mixed doubles champions.

Madelaine E.
Scarsdale, NY

competent presentation and interesting content

Julie A. B.
Hiles, WI

Nice presentation. Effective pairing of speakers. Ethics rules do not always fit the realities of bankruptcy practice. Therefore, this presentation is a must-watch for those who practice in the field. It serves as a valuable primer on the topic. Worth a second viewing.