"Jump Start on CPD 2015": Thursday, March 26, 2015; Time: 9:00 am — 4:00 pm
(Original course: Wednesday, October 29, 2014)
Who should attend: Junior lawyers practicing in the area of bankruptcy and insolvency law, banking lawyers, and lawyers looking to change their area of practice; the course may also be of interest to trustees and lenders.
Learning level: Fundamental/Intermediate
A good foundation and practical tools
The experts will walk you through the basics, and provide a solid foundation for dealing with common concerns and current issues in the bankruptcy and insolvency area. Get the latest substantive and practice tips on priorities, informal proposals, issues for litigation, landlord and tenant, directors' and officers' liability, creditors' issues, fraudulent preferences, and personal bankruptcy and discharge of bankrupt. Join us for a thorough, current, and very practical program.
After taking this course you will...
- learn how to deal with bankruptcy files from start to finish
- grasp the applicable federal and provincial law
- know how to flag the issues that will lead to litigation
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 6.5 hours (a minimum of 1 hour will involve aspects of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management).
Mary I.A. Buttery — Davis LLP, Vancouver
Geoffrey H. Dabbs — Gehlen Dabbs, Vancouver
"Jump Start on CPD 2015"
EARLY BIRD (Register by February 26, 2015 and SAVE): $405
After February 26, 2015: $450
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Registration includes an electronic copy of the course materials.
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Teresa M. Sheward