Bankruptcy – Navigating the Chapters


This learning module discusses the major bankruptcy chapters in depth and describes how a creditor can deal with and work through the different chapters of bankruptcy. Topics include Chapter 7 – Liquidation, Chapter 13 – Wage Earners, Chapter 12 – Family Farmers, Chapter 9 – Municipal Reorganization, Chapter 15 – Ancillary and Cross Boarder, Chapter 11 – Reorganization, and Post Confirmation Problems. After successful completion of this learning module the student should understand what each bankruptcy chapter is designed to address and how it functions, who is involved in a bankruptcy case, and what their roles are, the function of the means test, the role of the creditors committee, the order of distribution of assets in a Chapter 11 and the absolute priority rule.

Speaker Bio:

Robert S. Bernstein is managing partner of Bernstein Law Firm, P.C. , He serves as counsel to commercial landlords, equipment lessors, bankruptcy trustees, creditors' committees, creditors, and reorganizing businesses in proceedings throughout Pennsylvania and the Middle Atlantic States, concentrating in the many facets of bankruptcy and commercial law. , Mr. Bernstein writes and lectures for local and national groups on matters of collection, bankruptcy, business law, and professional ethics and, for more than ten years, has been certified as both a creditors' rights and business bankruptcy specialist by the American Board of Certification. , Mr. Bernstein earned a BA from the University of Pittsburgh in 1976 and a J.D. from Duquesne University in 1981.


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0.10 CEU credits  |  Certificate available
0.10 CEU credits  |  Certificate available