Commercial Law and Bankruptcy: Student Loans in Bankruptcy (SCB191113)

November 13, 2019

6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Graduate Club

155 Elm St New Haven, Connecticut United States

48 people have already registered for this event.

  • Carl Gulliver
  • Richard Croce
  • Douglas Skalka
  • Lawrence Grossman
  • Chris Nelson
  • Anthony Novak
  • Susan Williams
  • Kristin Mayhew
  • Francis Lamboley
  • Joanna Kornafel
  • Barbara Katz
  • Jeffrey Hellman
  • Walter Wagoner
  • Christopher Royston
  • Gregory Arcaro
  • Robert Kaelin
  • Joshua Cohen
  • Joel Grafstein
  • Todd Michaelis
  • Suzanne Sutton
  • Joseph D'Agostino
  • Paul Gilmore
  • Thomas Sansone
  • Charles Filardi
  • Richard Coan
  • Eric Henzy
  • John Cesaroni
  • Janine Becker
  • Jeffrey Sklarz
  • Scott Rosen
  • Paige Vaillancourt
  • Kara Rescia
  • Roberta Napolitano
  • George Tzepos
  • Ann Nevins
  • Irve Goldman
  • Kenneth Lenz
  • Lauren Nash
  • Mark Bergamo
  • Aaron Romney
  • Peter Lawrence
  • James Heffernan
  • Lindsey Goergen
  • Stephen Sztaba
  • Matthew Stiles
  • Bonnie Mangan
  • Stephen Kindseth
  • Denise Mondell

Speakers

The Honorable Ann M. Nevins, United States Bankruptcy Court Judge, District of Connecticut
Judge Nevins frequently adjudicates issues involving student loans.

Irve Goldman, Pullman & Comley LLC
Mr. Goldman, a former chair of the Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section, is one of the most accomplished bankruptcy attorneys in the state, and has extensive experience in litigating issues pertaining to student loans.

Jeffrey Hellman, Law Offices of Jeffrey Hellman LLC
Mr. Hellman practices extensively in the field of bankruptcy law, and has litigated several contested cases in Bankruptcy Court, involving avoidance actions in Chapter 7 cases.

Kenneth Lenz, Law Office of Russell Gary Small, PC
Mr. Lenz is an experienced practitioner, particularly in the field of Chapter 13 consumer bankruptcy cases, and has litigated a variety of matters involving the classification of student loans.

Lauren Nash, Assistant United States Attorney
Ms. Nash practices frequently in Bankruptcy Court, and has been involved in numerous cases pertaining to the dischargeability and recoverability of student loans in bankruptcy proceedings.

Program Description

Student loans are one of the hottest topics in bankruptcy law today. Our distinguished panel of bankruptcy practitioners, moderated by Judge Ann Nevins, will conduct a lively discussion of current trends impacting the treatment of student loans in bankruptcy, including classification, dischargeability and recoverability through avoidance actions.

CLE Credits

CT: 1.25 CLE Credits  |  NY: 0.0 CLE Credits


Contact

Member Service Center
Email: msc@ctbar.org
Phone: (844)469-2221