Lawyers owe a wide variety of duties to their clients under generally applicable rules of ethics. What happens to those duties when the client intends to declare bankruptcy, or if the client is the representative of a bankrupt estate? Join us for a discussion of how rules relating to communication, conflicts, and candor are modified or expanded in the unique context of insolvency proceedings.
John C. Martin is a partner at Sugar, Felsenthal, Grais & Helsinger LLP. John's law practice is devoted to providing representation and counsel in complex business disputes, including contractual, fiduciary,… Read More
Professor Bernard Burk previously taught at the University of North Carolina School of Law. He is currently on sabbatical. Read More
George W. Kuney is a Lindsay Young Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Clayton Center for Entrepreneurial Law at The University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville,… Read More
Matt Christensen joined Johnson May in 2008 as an associate attorney. Now the managing partner of the firm, Matt has a civil litigation practice involving commercial law (finance and secured… Read More