Lowenstein's Arielle B. Adler and Kenneth A. Rosen join Bankruptcy and Restructuring experts and other trusted advisors at the The Inaugural NJSBA Bankruptcy and Restructuring Forum as panelists.
Ethics Refresh – Conflicts of Interest, Remote Practice and other Topics
Join esteemed panelists that include a bankruptcy judge, a law school professor and seasoned practitioners as they discuss how to handle common and not-so-common ethical dilemmas, including issues related to remote practice, bifurcated fee agreements in Chapter 7 cases, as well as conflicts of interest, including those implicated by debtor-owner relationships, payment of professional fees by parties other than a debtor, and more.
Moderator: Arielle B. Adler, Esq.
- Hon. Andrew B. Altenburg, Jr.
- Professor Stephen Lubben, Ph.D., LL.M
- Rachel A. Parisi, Esq.
Timing: 9:15 a.m. ET
Single Asset Real Estate in Bankruptcy
Debtors who own single asset real estate (SARE) have suffered a unique set of circumstances during the pandemic. The special treatment of SARE by the code complicates a situation made more difficult by the public health constraints of COVID-19. This panel will present possible solutions for debtors and their creditors.
- Kenneth A. Rosen, Esq.
- Hon. John K. Sherwood
- Joseph Lubertazzi, Jr., Esq
- Amy M. Williams, Esq.
Timing: 10:40 a.m. ET