Orange County Bankruptcy Forum and Chapman University School of Law Chapter 11 Program

The Orange County Bankruptcy Forum and Chapman University School of Law, Co-Sponsors Present the October 20, 2012, Special Project:

IT’S ALL IN THE NUMBERS:  A Seminar Regarding Some of the Major Financial Issues  that Arise in Chapter 11 Cases. 

Come Learn From Members of the Bankruptcy Court Bench, Top Practitioners and Financial Professionals About How to Handle Issues Including the Preparation of: (1) Cash Collateral Budgets; (2) Plan Feasibility Analyses and Projections; (3) Liquidation Analyses; (4) Operating Reports; and (5) Other Related Issues.  These Topics and Others Will Be Examined from Both the Debtor’s and Creditors’ Perspectives, and Members of the Local Bankruptcy Court Bench Will Give Their Perspectives on These Subjects.

Speakers:

Honorable Scott C. Clarkson – U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge
Honorable Deborah J. Saltzman – U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge
Eric J. Fromme – Rutan & Tucker LLP
Adam Meislik – Glass Ratner Advisory & Capital Group LLC
Todd C. Ringstad – Ringstad & Sanders LLP
Brian S. Weiss – BSW & Associates

Program Committee:  Christopher A. Minier Committee Chair, Beth E. Gaschen, Adam M. Greely & Melissa Davis Lowe

Date/Time:  Saturday, October 20, 2012  8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.   Continental Breakfast at 8:30 a.m.  Program to Commence at 9:00 a.m.

Location:  Chapman University School of Law One University Drive, Orange

You may park in the Barrera Parking Structure behind the law school, but you’ll need to purchase a permit from the machines in the parking structure which are located on the first and third floors by the elevators. Do not park on the streets near the law school, as the City of Orange requires permits.

Cost:  Members: $95 ~ Non-Members $120 ~ Judge or Government Employee $50  After October 15, 2012  Members: $105 ~ Non-Members $130 ~ Judge or Government Employee $60

To Register:   Prepay online, or download and mail the reservation form. Members, please login to access the member rate.

The above activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education by the State Bar of California in the amount of 3.0 hours. The OCBF certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for the approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing MCLE.

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