Consumer Bankruptcy Journal Spring 2017 - Page 30

SCHEDULE

THURSDAY , MAY 4
9:00 am FDCPA Extreme ! ( extra cost ) Student Loans Workshop ( extra cost )
5:00 pm CH 7 Advanced Funding : Where it Works , Why it Works in Your Jurisdiction and What You Need to Know *
How to File a Record Number of Cases This July *
They ’ re Not Buying What I ’ m Selling : Marketing While Helping Others *
FRIDAY , MAY 5
7:15 am Breakfast
8:15 am Opening Remarks & Welcome by NACBA President & Executive Director
8:45 am PLENARY : The Champion ’ s Code : Building Relationships Through Life Lessons of Integrity and Accountability From the Sports World to the Business World
10:00 am Coffee Break
10:30 am PLENARY : The Practicalities of Admitting or Objecting to Evidence in Bankruptcy Court
11:30 am PLENARY : Case Law Update 12:30 pm Keynote Luncheon : Matt Lewis
2:30 pm ADVANCED : Regulation X & Z Enforcement : New Tools for Consumer Attorneys
Discharging Taxes in Bankruptcy
SATURDAY , MAY 6
7:15 am Breakfast 7:30 am Fastcase Training 8:00 am PLENARY : Ethics Jeopardy 9:00 am PLENARY : National Updates & Insight 10:00 am Coffee Break
10:30 am ADVANCED : Know the Code , Nuances & Strategies of Taxes in Bankruptcy
Malpractice Mistakes Made by Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys To Reaffirm or Not to Reaffirm : What Are the Factors ? Future Practice : The Client Interview
11:45 am Deja Vu All Over Again : Mortgage Misbehavior & Mistake & Rule 3002.1
Overview of Fundamentals of Evidence in Bankruptcy Courts Tax Traps in Bankruptcy
SUNDAY , MAY 7
7:15 am Breakfast
8:00 am ADVANCED Student Loans in Chapter 13 Discovery on a Shoe String Budget When a 13 Needs to Be an 11
8:15 am Fireside Chat : How to Locate Your Client ’ s Hidden Treasures of the 7 ( or 13 ) Seas
5:00 pm Convention Registration & Exhibitor Meet & Greet 6:00 pm Automotive Lending While in Chapter 7 & Chapter 13
Bankruptcy *
Surviving As a Bankrupty Practitioner *
7:00 pm Top 10 Tools to Train Your Intake Team & Double Lead Conversion Rate *
* free with convention registration
2:30 pm Trustee ’ s Dos & Don ’ ts : Be the Hero to Your Client and Trustee
Building a 7-Figure Lifestyle Law Firm : Moving From a Business Operator to a Business Owner
2:45 pm Fireside Chat : Ask the Evidence Professor 3:45 pm Coffee Break 4:15 pm ADVANCED : Getting Paid Hourly Fees vs . No Look Fees CFPB Revised Servicing Rule Debunked : the Dischargeability of Student Loans
Top 10 Tips for Your Client ’ s Trip Through Tomorrowland ( aka Life After Bankruptcy )
4:30 pm Fireside Chat : Strategies for Dealing With Overreaching Trustees 6:00 pm Reception & NACBA Anniversary Celebration
12:00 pm Fireside Chat : Protecting Your ( Haunted ) Mansion From Forced Surrender
12:45 pm Lunch , Keynote & Membership Meeting
2:30 pm New Chapter 13 Rules & Model Plans Circuit Meetings : 1st & 2nd Circuit Meetings : 3d & 4th Circuit Meetings : 4th & DC Circuit Meetings : 5th & 11th Circuit Meetings : 6th & 7th Circuit Meetings : 8th & 10th Circuit Meetings : 9th Photo Session With Mickey & Minnie Mouse
3:30 pm Ice Cream Break
9:15 am
Coffee Break & Grand Prize Raffle
9:45 am
PLENARY : Views From the Bench
11:15 am
PLENARY : 25 Years of Raising Hell , the Education ,
Advocacy & Litigation That Shaped NACBA
PRE-CONVENTION SESSION :
STUDENT LOAN WORKSHOP THURSDAY , MAY 4 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |$ 199 Convention Attendee | $ 299 Non-Convention Attendee You already know the importance of understanding student loans for your bankruptcy practice . This one-day , learning intense workshop will cover the basics , the complex and many topics in between . The end result will allow you to make sense of your clients ’ student loan situation and how to work it into your bankruptcy practice .
FDCPA Extreme ! THURSDAY , MAY 4 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm | $ 199 Convention Attendee | $ 299 Non-Convention Attendee Learn the benefits of adding FDCPA Cases to your Bankruptcy Practice . FDCPA Extreme is a half-day workshop that will help your bankruptcy practice add revenue , generate referrals and increase your client satisfaction . The workshop will cover Fair Debt Collection Practices Act : history and legislation , when FDCPA comes into play for your bankruptcy client , statute of limitations , unlawful communications , bankruptcy stay violations , FDCPA violations after bankruptcy , protecting the claim , example communications , various remedies under FDCPA and creating a systematic process so you can add these cases to your practice .
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