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Solo Law Firm Trends: How to Prepare For a Future Beyond COVID-19
Learn how to position your solo law firm for long-term growth while meeting your client's needs. This free interactive session will be hosted by Joshua Lenon, Lawyer in Residence at Clio, and feature Nika Kabiri, Founder and Owner Kabiri Consulting, and Heather Hazelwood, estate planning attorney and Owner of Ampersand Law.

American Bar Association

$75

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72 minutes
Pandemic Pandemonium: Litigating in the Time of COVID-19
This panel also will cover topics ranging from access to courts, to the increased use of inherent judicial power, to virtual trials, to valuation and compromise in uncertain (unprecedented) times, to recent developments in avoidance actions.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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95 minutes
Villainy Gone Viral: The Many Faces of Fraud in a Pandemic
Fraud has been one of the most difficult challenges facing governments during the pandemic. Bad actors have sought to unlawfully benefit themselves using procurement fraud, price gauging and other schemes. Our expert panelists, representing federal, state, and local government enforcers as well as the corporate and on-line seller community, will discuss examples of fraud, how to detect it, ways to prevent it and lessons learned for our next public health crisis.

American Bar Association

$115

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61 minutes
Impact of COVID-19 on Valuation: Views from the Bench, Investors and Advisors
While COVID-19 has led to a substantial increase in the number of bankruptcy filings, its impact on valuation issues in the context of chapter 11 cases is less clear. Employing their differing perspectives, the panelists will explore how the uncertainty created by COVID-19 has affected the analysis of issues like plan feasibility, cost of capital, the pricing of risk, and the application of valuation methodologies in chapter 11 proceedings, with a particular emphasis on retail cases.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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53 minutes
Out-of-Home Entertainment: Ready for Take-Off, or Ready to Disappoint?
It's no secret that large-chain entertainment companies such as theaters and theme parks have been suffering through the pandemic. This panel will discuss restructuring options, hurdles and prospects for a broad array of these entities. The panelists will also discuss and debate the dynamics related to the fact that company projections and capital markets have priced in substantial recoveries for these entities in the second half of 2021.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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62 minutes
The Continued Impact of COVID-19 on the Distressed Real Estate Market
This session will explore current trends in distressed real estate, along with strategies for secured creditors, borrowers and investors as they continue to weather the pandemic, the legal implications of recent legislation and case law, and more.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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60 minutes
Real Estate in 2021 and Beyond: Trends from the Pandemic
This panel of legal and business experts will examine the ripple effects of the COVID pandemic on the real estate world, including its impact on office buildings, retail, hospitality and lending.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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55 minutes
Counseling the Client During the Post-COVID Period
The panel will focus on counseling clients once we enter a post-COVID period, including when you should counsel your client to file, issues related to medical debts and tax refunds, and timing considerations.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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74 minutes
The COVID-19 Crisis: How Deep, How Long, and Its Impact on Bankruptcy Filings
This panel will explore the economic differences between the Great Recession and the COVID Recession, and attempt to explain their inconsistent effects on bankruptcy filings. It will also consider why a bankruptcy wave has been slow to form under the COVID Recession, what events will eventually trigger a wave, and what the impact of the Great Recession suggests about the size, shape and timing of the coming wave of bankruptcy filings.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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