Third Circuit 2023 Educational Forum of the American College of Bankruptcy and Temple Beasley School of Law
2023 EDUCATIONAL FORUM
November 8, 2023
You are cordially invited to the Third Circuit's 2023 Educational Forum
of the American College of Bankruptcy and Temple Beasley School of Law.
The Forum will consist of three one-hour programs on important
bankruptcy-related topics, including Subchapter V, student loans,
and bankruptcy mediation. A cocktail reception will follow.
All are welcome to register.
November 8, 2023
1:00-4:30 p.m. (ET)
followed by reception 4:30-5:30
Shusterman Hall (on Liacouras Walk)
Temple University Beasley School of Law
1719 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
The event will be hybrid - both in-person followed by a cocktail reception, and online if circumstances don't permit your live attendance.
November 3, 2023
Regular Practitioners $100.00
Temple Law Students Free
Virtual Attendees $25.00
1:00-1:05 pm (ET)
Program Introduction by Program Co-Chairs (Lawrence Kotler, Duane Morris; Michael Schaedle, Blank Rome), and Temple Beasley School of Law, Harold E Kohn Chair and Host (Professor Jonathan Lipson)
1:05-2:05 pm (ET)
Panel 1: The Current State of Student Loans and the Impact on Consumer Bankruptcy Cases
- Panelist: Marie-Ann Greenberg, Chapter 13 Standing Trustee (New Jersey)
- Panelist: Joshua R.I. Cohen, The Student Loan Lawyer/Cohen Consumer Law
- Panelist: Scott F. Waterman, Chapter 13 Standing Trustee (Eastern District of Pennsylvania)
2:05-2:15 pm (ET) BREAK
2:15-3:15 pm (ET)
Panel 2: A Special Presentation by Kenneth R. Feinberg on Mediation in Bankruptcy
Mr Feinberg, of his own eponymous firm, is nationally recognized for his work on various high-profile and significant matters, which include chapter 11 cases such as Purdue Pharma, Boy Scouts of America, Mallincrodt I, Imerys, and Owens Illinois/Paddock, as well as compensation/remedial/mediation work in the mass tort contexts for the September 11 Victims Compensation Fund, in respect of the Boston Marathon bombing, the Deepwater Horizon spill, and many others.
- Moderator/Facilitator: Adam H. Isenberg, Saul Ewing
- Moderator/Facilitator: Claudia Springer, Novo Advisors
3:15-3:30 pm (ET) BREAK
3:30-4:30 pm (ET)
Panel 3: Hot Topics in Subchapter V Reorganization
- Moderator/Facilitator: Tobey Marie Daluz, Ballard Spahr
- Panelist David Klauder, Standing Subchapter V Trustee (Delaware), Bielli & Klauder
- Panelist John Lyons, DLA Piper
CLE for this event is being provided by Temple University. Attorneys from Pennsylvania will receive 3.00 substantive CLE credits. Attorneys who need credits from other states will receive a certificate for 3.00 credits that they may use to self-report.
The College receives CPE credit through Armstrong & Associates, International. Below you will find the required administrative policies per our NASBA license.
- ACB-Temple University Bankruptcy Forum CPE Details (for accountants and financial professionals)
- Complaint Resolution Policy
- Cancellation Policy
- Refund Policy