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Lugenbuhl's Ashley Belleau to Moderate and Coleman Torrans to Co-present at 1st Annual Judge Jerry A. Brown Bankruptcy Symposium


09/07/2022

 

The New Orleans Federal Bar Association (NOFBA) will host a Bankruptcy CLE for non-bankruptcy practitioners tomorrow, September 8, 2022, from 3-5 p.m. at U.S. Bankruptcy Court, 500 Poydras Street in B-709. A wine reception will follow this in-person CLE. The CLE is designed to provide information about the aspects of bankruptcy law that non-bankruptcy practitioners will most likely encounter in their everyday practice. Topics covered will include the automatic stay: how it works and what constitutes a stay violation; filing proofs of claims and the process of claim objections; how bankruptcy can affect personal injury claims; and more. Please join practitioners Ashley Belleau, David Serio, Coleman Torrans, and Madison Tucker for a discussion of bankruptcy law issues that could affect you or your clients.

This series is in honor of the late Honorable Jerry A. Brown, who served as a bankruptcy judge in the Eastern District of Louisiana for 28 years.  Judge Brown was a steadfast supporter of the New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, giving his time both as a member of the Board of Directors, as president of the Chapter from 1980-81, and later as a judge, hosting many sessions of the popular Lunch with the Court program, speaking at various CLE programs, and participating in many of the Chapter’s other functions over the years.

Register online or download this registration form. All CLEs for New Orleans FBA members are FREE through September 2022! Registration is required. Contact the New Orleans Chapter at fbaneworleans@gmail.com with any questions.

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