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Bankruptcy Changes in a Changing Bankruptcy Landscape: Webcast: Video Replay | InReach (PRACPRO)
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When: Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Log-in: 8:35 a.m. | Program: 8:50 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Where: Webcast: Live | InReach

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You will access this CLE program through a third-party website, which will require a username and a password.
Please note that your MSBA login credentials will not work on that website.




As bankruptcy practice continues to recover, significant rules changes, new approaches and new court decisions present challenges for the established practitioner and for lawyers looking to expand their horizons. National rules changes will require secured as well as unsecured creditors to file proofs of claim, with dire consequences for those who don’t. Maine is opting out of the national Chapter 13 plan by adopting major revisions in form and substance to a new mandatory form of a local plan, which will be supervised by a new standing Chapter 13 trustee. Individual Chapter 11 cases are receiving increased attention from the bench and United States Trustee program. The Supreme Court, the First Circuit, and our own bankruptcy bench have been especially active.


This one-day program will offer insight and concrete assistance for lawyers, experienced paralegals, and turnaround specialists practicing in Maine.

MSBA Standard Member: $205
CLE Club Members: $115
Support Staff of Club Member: $115
Non-Members: $285
Legal Support Staff/Paralegal: $145
MSBA Student Member: $40



Supported Operating Systems:
  • Windows 7 or higher
  • Mac OS X 10.5 or higher

Operating System: Windows XP
If you are using Windows XP you need to use the alternative viewer link called “Silverlight Player”, which is located under the “Help Tab” within the viewer.

Supported Browsers:
  • Internet Explorer 9 or higher
  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Safari 5.0 or higher (for Mac)

A Cable or DSL internet connection providing
2-3Mbps is highly recommended for the best streaming experience.

If you will be accessing any of the online content at a work location, it is HIGHLY recommended that you first check with your IT department or Network Administrator to make sure that you have appropriate permissions to install programs and/or the ability to access streaming media.

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