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Shelley Abel Speaks at North Carolina Bar Association’s 39th Annual Bankruptcy Institute

Shelley Abel, a member of RCD’s Bankruptcy practice group, is scheduled to speak on November 18, 2016, at the North Carolina Bar Association’s 39th Annual Bankruptcy Institute, a continuing legal education program, held this year in New Bern, NC.  Shelley and her co-presenters, Terri Gardner of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP and Jennifer Lyday of Waldrep LLP, will speak on Icing on the Cake or Adding Insult to Injury? – The Secured Lender’s Right to Default Interest and Attorneys’ Fees.  Get more information and register to attend this event at http://gateway.ncbar.org/store/seminar/seminar.php?seminar=75210.

Posted 11/11/16

Shelley Abel Speaks at Western North Carolina Bankruptcy Seminar

Shelley Abel, a member of RCD’s Bankruptcy practice group, is scheduled to speak on May 13, 2016, at the Mecklenburg County Bar’s Western North Carolina Bankruptcy Seminar, an annual continuing legal education program. Shelley and her co-presenters, Cotten Wright of Grier Furr & Crisp and Glenn Thompson of Hamilton Stephens Steele & Martin, will deliver the topic “Involuntary Bankruptcies From Multiple Perspectives.” Shelley Abel serves as the co-chair of the planning committee for this seminar. Get more information and register to attend here.

Posted 04/15/16

Jack Miller Speaks at North Carolina Bar Association’s Bankruptcy Institute

Jack Miller, a member of RCD’s Bankruptcy practice group, is scheduled to speak on November 6, 2015, at the North Carolina Bar Association’s 38th Annual Bankruptcy Institute, an annual continuing legal education program, held this year in Pinehurst, NC. Jack and his co-presenter, George Sanderson of Ellis & Winters, LLP, will deliver the topic “1111(b) Elections,” discussing the important, but often misunderstood, option for undersecured creditors. Get more information and register to attend at https://www.ncbar.org/media/564347/471abi.pdf.

Posted 10/30/15

Jack Miller Speaks at Western North Carolina Bankruptcy Seminar

Jack Miller, a member of RCD’s Bankruptcy practice group, is scheduled to speak on May 15, 2015, at the Mecklenburg County Bar’s Western North Carolina Bankruptcy Seminar, an annual continuing legal education program. Jack and his co-presenter, Lance Martin of Ward & Smith, P.A., will deliver the topic “Obtaining or Preventing Third Party Releases and Injunctions,” exploring recent developments in bankruptcy law regarding expansion of the automatic stay to non-debtors and issues relating to obtaining permanent releases or injunctions for non-debtors. Shelley Abel serves on the planning committee for this seminar. Get more information and register to attend at http://www.meckbar.org/continueed/ce_programdetails.cfm?prog_id=972.

Posted 04/15/15

Shelley Abel Speaks at MCB 2015 Annual Review

Shelley Abel, a member of RCD’s Bankruptcy practice group, is scheduled to speak on February 7, 2015, at the Mecklenburg County Bar’s 2015 Annual Review, an annual continuing legal education program. Shelley and her co-presenter, Diane Furr of Poyner Spruill, will deliver the topic “Bankruptcy Basics and More,” providing an introduction to bankruptcy law for non-bankruptcy attorneys and updates on recent developments in bankruptcy law. Get more information and register to attend at http://www.meckbar.org/continueed/ce_programdetails.cfm?prog_id=913.

Posted 01/07/15

Rick Rayburn Speaks at North Carolina Bar Association’s Bankruptcy Institute

Rick Rayburn, a member of RCD’s Bankruptcy practice group, is scheduled to speak on November 7, 2014, at the North Carolina Bar Association’s 37th Annual Bankruptcy Institute, an annual continuing legal education program. Rick and his co-presenters, Lee Hogewood of K&L Gates, LLP and Joe Calloway of Battle Winslow Scott & Wiley, P.A., will deliver the topic “Negotiating a Section 363 Asset Sale and Financing a Sale Process Before and During a Bankruptcy Proceeding,” discussing the out-of-court negotiations that may result in a proposed Section 363 sale, financing a case from petition to a 363 sale closing, and developing sales procedures that enhance the prospect of generating the most value for the estate from the often differing, but sometimes aligned, perspectives of the debtor/trustee, the purchaser/stalking horse, and the unsecured creditors’ committee. Get more information and register to attend at https://www.ncbar.org/media/274563/312abi.pdf.

Posted 10/07/14