2015 Bankruptcy IVN
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Join us for an informative session on bankruptcy law in North Dakota

When: Thursday, April 30, 2015
1:00 PM
Where: United States

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As a result of this program attendees will learn: 

  1. Receive a key case update
  2. See a systems approach to creditor representation .
  3. Learn about the American Bankruptcy Institute’s proposed changes to Ch 11 which will offer an excellent discussion and summary of current important key and sometimes disputed Chapter 11 issues.
  4. Responsibilities of the Chapter 7 Trustee
  5. The Trustee’s Role in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy with Assets to Administer
  6. Best Practices for a Successful 341 Meeting and Subsequent Discharge
  7. Question & Answer
  8. “Alternatives to Bankruptcy” - as you all know there has been a push back from either your lender clients or even debtors about the cost of a bankruptcy case. Also I am sure we have all heard complaints about the length of time it takes to get anything done in bankruptcy. All these complaints are grounded in merit. This program will discuss viable alternatives to the filing of a bankruptcy case such as assignments for the benefit of creditors, composition agreements, and receiverships.


Mr. Roger J. Minch
has been a member of the Serkland Law Firm in Fargo since 1978, where he specializes in the areas of banking, loan documentation, commercial collections, workouts, bankruptcy, commercial litigation, and foreclosure. He is a graduate of NDSU and earned his law degree from the UND School of Law in 1978. Minch is a frequent lecturer in the areas of bankruptcy and commercial litigation. He is one of only two creditors’ rights specialists in North Dakota, certified by the American Board of Certification, which is sponsored by the American Bankruptcy Institute, Commercial Law League of America, and the American Bar Association.
Ms. Cheryl F. Bergian
Mr. Bruce L. Madlom
is a sole practitioner at Madlom Law Office in Fargo, where he has practiced in the areas of bankruptcy, debt negotiation, family law, personal injury and general practice. Mr. Madlom has worked exclusively as a consumer bankruptcy attorney, and his practice is focused primarily on consumer Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases, and small business bankruptcy law. Mr. Madlom earned his B.S. degree from North Dakota State University and his J.D. degree from the University of North Dakota. He is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA), and the State Bar Association of North Dakota.
Mr. Mark Stingley

Event Cost: Member $115.00
Non-Member $115.00
Credit Hours: Ethics 2.75 hr(s)
Registration Closes: April 30, 2015 3:50 PM

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