Bruce H. Levitt, Esq. has concentrated his practice in the areas of bankruptcy, debtor/creditor rights, foreclosure defense, bankruptcy and commercial litigation. Admitted to practice in New Jersey in 1984, Mr. Levitt was previously a Bankruptcy Trustee for the Office of the Unites States Trustee in Newark, New Jersey, where he administered Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 cases. He is a former member of the Lawyers’ Advisory Committee of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey as well as the District V-B Fee Arbitration Committee of the Supreme Court of New Jersey. A Master of the Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, Mr. Levitt has had articles published in various publications including the New Jersey Law Journal. He is a founding member of the law firm of Levitt & Slafkes, P.C. located in Maplewood, New Jersey.
Bankruptcy Litigation 101 [2017 Edition]
Re-Broadcast on June 30, 2017
In this presentation, attorney Bruce H. Levitt will discuss the basics of bankruptcy litigation. From an overview of the bankruptcy litigation process to issues of service, due process, and common actions commenced in the bankruptcy court, attorney Levitt will provide a practical guide to handling adversary proceedings. The program will contain references to relevant bankruptcy rules as well as real life examples and practice tips.
This course is co-sponsored by Wolters Kluwer.
Key topics to be discussed:
- Bankruptcy Litigation Procedure and Nuances
- Due Process
- Common Actions Commenced in the Bankruptcy Court
Date / Time: June 30, 2017
- 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Eastern
- 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Central
- 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Mountain
- 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Pacific
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Section I. The Basic Process
Section II. Sufficiency of Complaint
Section III. Timeliness
Section IV. Applicable Law
Section V. Award of Attorney’s Fees
Section VI. Effect on Main Case
Section VII. Lien Avoidance
Section VIII. Preference Actions
Section IX. Fraudulent Conveyance Actions
Section X. Objections to Discharge and Dischargeability
Section XI. Service of Process
Section XII. Settlement Agreements