Saturday, June 11, 2011
Ethics (Professional Practice v. Corporate)
Concurrent Session – 1
The panel will discuss current scenarios in which bankruptcy and insolvency practitioners face ethical dilemmas in everyday practice.
SBMM* - Deposit Strategies In Bankruptcy and Fiduciary Cases
Concurrent Session – 2
A panel discussion of practical issues related to deposit strategies in bankruptcy and fiduciary cases.
Sponsored by Piper Jaffray & Co
Intercompany Claims and Issues in Complex Bankruptcies
Increasingly complex corporate structures, differing liabilities at different entities and the resulting lack of uniformity of creditors among affiliated companies, has continued to create challenges for debtors and creditor constituencies alike in reaching a consensual restructuring. The panel will discuss, among other things, problems typically encountered with intercompany transactions, the resolution of intercompany claims and issues over allocation of value, postpetition transactions among affiliated debtors and with non-debtor affiliates and substantive consolidation.
Future Changes in Financial Reporting
An examination of the nature and potential impact of new and future modifications to financial reporting including lease accounting, uniform operating reports and international accounting standards
*SBMM—this abbreviation denotes sessions in the Small Business/Middle Market Track.
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