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New Ethical Issues Webinar Premiering January 25, 2022

Leading Professionals to Teach About Ethical Issues in Real Estate-Based Bankruptcies

Financial Poise Webinars™ announces “Valuing Real Estate Assets,” a live webinar premiering January 25th at 11:00 AM CST. This webinar is co-produced by West LegalEdCenter™ and part of the “Ethical Issues in Real Estate-Based Bankruptcies 2022” series. It will feature David Levy (Keen-Summit Capital Partners); Matthew Christensen (Johnson May); Robert E. Richards (Dentons); and Biff Ruttenberg (Atlas Partners).

In this series we tackle some common ethical scenarios that present themselves in real estate-focused bankruptcies.

It does not take a complex corporate chapter 11 bankruptcy to encounter serious ethical issues that must be confronted in a case. In fact, the relative simplicity of real estate-based bankruptcies, some of the most common matters filed, shine the light on all of the main case details, bringing increased scrutiny to all of the debtor’s actions and decisions. As an attorney, you are your client’s advocate and need to navigate the waters to provide effective counsel while playing within rules—but where is the line on unethical actions? In this series we tackle some common ethical scenarios that present themselves in real estate-focused bankruptcies frequently, including matters related to valuing assets, insider lease agreements, and Single Asset Real Estate (SARE) cases and take a deep dive into how we can use the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct to help guide legal practitioners through challenging ethical situations.

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Note: If you or your firm are subscribed to West LegalEdCenter™, this webinar is included in your subscription at no additional cost.

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