The Rights and Obligations of a Creditor in Bankruptcy, Part II: Demystifying the Automatic Stay


Mon, September 16, 2019, 03:00


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Cost: Members: $95
Non-Members: $195

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About the Webinar

In this difficult and ever-evolving economic climate, it is more important than ever for creditors to know the basics of bankruptcy law and what to look for in protecting their interests and rights. This course is the second of a two-part series covering key components to the bankruptcy process.

Topics discussed include:


About the Speaker

Paul Hammer, Esq., is a senior attorney at Kane Russell Coleman Logan, which is a nationally ranked Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Creditors’ Rights Practice Group. He lived and practiced abroad for nearly a decade, with a heavy emphasis on Latin America and Puerto Rico, and is fully bilingual. His expertise includes having provided outside general counsel to an international oil and gas company.

Paul has litigated numerous high stakes matters in the areas of trademark infringement, collections, contractual disputes and bankruptcy adversary proceedings, winning trials and preliminary injunction hearings. On the insolvency side, he has represented debtors, lenders, lessors, trustees, creditor committees, investors, and other constituencies in distressed situations in an array of transactions, work-outs and litigation, including PROMESA, the largest restructuring in history.

Paul has been recognized by clients and peers alike for excellence. He is endorsed by Primerus, a leading global network of law firms. He is also ranked by Best Lawyers® and was a national finalist for the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Top 40 Under 40. Additionally, in 2016, he was inducted into Caribbean Business’s Top 40 Under 40. Paul is proud to be a sought-after speaker  and his pro-bono work and his community are his passions.


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