Practitioners in the creditors practice field can earn 3 general and 1 dual CLE credits. The program will cover topics including Regulation F, navigating ethical issues in a remote work world, an update on landlord tenant law as well as a session covering developments in bankruptcy law.
Over the past two and a half years, Bankruptcy filings across Tennessee have been at an all- time low, but rising interest rates, inflation, and other factors will force more bankruptcy filings soon. This session will provide a refresher on bankruptcy basics for creditors, as well as discuss some new trends and developments in post-COVID bankruptcy cases.
David Anthony, Anthony Legal PLLC
COVID-19's impact will remain ever present. As the processes in the courthouse continue their gradual return to normalcy, we'll discuss the lasting effects that the pandemic has had on the landlord/tenant relationship, as well as how those matters are being adjudicated in Middle Tennessee courts.
Nathan Lybarger, Law Office of Hall & Associates
During this presentation, Senior Partner Peter Lublin and Senior Litigation Associate Patty Whitehead of Rubin Lublin LLC will discuss ethical issues to consider in the post-COVID remote work environment. Topics will include managing a remote workforce, preserving attorney/client privilege, protecting confidential information (including personal identifiable information), and best practices to implement at a remote law firm.
Peter Lublin, Rubin Lublin LLC
Patty Whitehead, Rubin Lublin LLC
This session will provide an overview on Regulation F and highlight changes from the CFPB for those practitioners in the consumer collection field.
Joel Vallejo, Buffaloe & Vallejo PLC