Want to learn more about bankruptcy litigation? Join the Federal Bar Association on June 24th for their Fundamentals seminar!

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This seminar will consist of three 90 minute sessions, and address numerous issues facing the bankruptcy practitioner, including jurisdiction, venue, local rules, motion practice, trial trips, appellate practice, and practical do’s and don’ts.

Register today.

This program is suitable for both newly-admitted and experienced attorneys.

Presenters include:
Judge Laura Taylor Swain, Southern District of New York; Judge Martin Glenn, Southern District of New York Bankruptcy Court; and Judge Alan Trust, Eastern District of New York Chapter Bankruptcy Court.

The program will be followed by a cocktail reception.

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