Seats Remain for Creditor Claims Class

Thursday night I’m presenting a workshop on the basics of creditor claims in bankruptcy for new consumer bankruptcy lawyers. We’ll look at;

• When you need to review claims
• What to do if you find objectionable claims
• Procedures for claims objections
• Survey of ground rules for contested matters
Sign up in advance for two hours of training in bankruptcy practice skills.

• June 17 5-7 p.m.
Computer History Museum in Mountain View
• P$260 payable in advance
• MCLE credit available

Bankruptcy Practice Skills Class on Creditor Claims

Save June 17 for a two hour presentation on Creditor Claims and Contested Matters.  Truly the product of popular demand (and incessant questions<g>) this class will look at reviewing proofs of claim; claims objections,  and the rules governing contested matters. As always, we will focus on basics with an eye to what you can’t learn in books.

More information to follow but plan on being there June 17 5-7 p.m. at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View.

Bankruptcy Law Found Here

Law-full is the access point for all things related to bankruptcy law and practice. 

Begun as Cathy Moran’s personal on line law library, it serves as a bulletin board for bankruptcy law activities in the San Francisco Bay Area.  With deference to copyright on some of the material stored here, parts of the site are not freely accessible.