Nancy C. Dreher Lecture on Bankruptcy Law and Practice

Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Reception immediately following.

(See below for virtual option)

The American College of Bankruptcy, the University of Minnesota Law School's Corporate Institute, the MSBA / HCBA / RCBA Bankruptcy Section, and The Turnaround Management Association invite you to join us at the University of Minnesota Law School on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, at 3:00 p.m. for a dynamic presentation, free 1.5 CLE credits for practitioners (requested), and a networking reception immediately following the program.

Too Solvent to be in Bankruptcy Court?

This program will examine the Third Circuit's surprising dismissal of LTL Management's Chapter 11 case, contesting its lack of financial distress for bankruptcy, despite conflicting with the Fourth Circuit and conventional beliefs, possibly leading to Supreme Court review and changing bankruptcy practices.

Featured Speakers:

Dianne Lourdes Dick | Professor of Law | University of Iowa College of Law

Tony Casey | Professor of Law and Economics | University of Chicago Law School

James Baillie | Moderator | Fredrikson and Byron                            

The Nancy C. Dreher Lecture on Bankruptcy Law and Practice has been established by the American College of Bankruptcy and the Corporate Institute at the University of Minnesota Law School to recognize Judge Dreher’s lifetime commitment to excellence, the ethical practice of law, and scholarship. Each year, the Minnesota Fellows in the College invite distinguished practitioners, academics, and judges to Minnesota to discuss emerging issues in bankruptcy law and practice.

There is no charge for this program, however, preregistration is required. We have applied for 1.5 CLE credits.

University of Minnesota Law School
Room 25 and Auerbach Commons Walter F. Mondale Hall
229 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Live Zoom link shared upon registration

RSVP by Tuesday, April 9:

Reception Sponsors:
Fredrikson and Byron P.A. | Manty and Associates, P.A | Roger Minch and Serkland Law Firm


Once the event ends, attendees will be sent an email with a link to our online CLE reporting form. This form is what we used to record and report your attendance, so completing it is essential!

CLICK HERE for a state-by-state listing of CLE Approvals (This is especially helpful for attorneys from self-reporting states to review how many credits to claim)

CLICK HERE a fillable CLE certificate for your records. (This can be used to self-report your CLE credits if you are from a state that requires self-reporting.)

CLICK HERE for the conference materials.

This event is co-sponsored by: