Northeast Bankruptcy Conference & Northeast Consumer Forum

July 15, 2022 at 11:00am
Samoset Resort & Zoom

220 Warrenton St. Rockport, ME 04856

Join Verrill's Nathaniel R. Hull at the Northeast Bankruptcy Conference & Northeast Consumer Forum for the American Bankruptcy Institute where he will be presenting during the Consumer Track Concurrent Session on Tort Settlements: Undisclosed Assets. The panel, featuring Hon. Maria Gonzalez Hernandez and Jennifer G. Hayden, Esq., will discuss what happens after the bankruptcy petition is filed. At the § 341 meeting, the trustee asks the debtor whether there have been any personal-injury actions, whether the debtor has the right to sue someone, and whether the debtor inherited any assets 180 days prior to the petition date or within 180 days after the petition date. However, debtor clients often intentionally or inadvertently fail to disclose an asset. This panel will explore best practices for dealing with these and other post-filing litigation pitfalls, and for handling cases where there are undisclosed or undiscovered assets.

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