American Bar Association
 
Business Bankruptcy Committee

ABA Section of Business Law


Business Bankruptcy Committee


Welcome Letter

Kay S. KressThe Business Bankruptcy Committee is the world's largest organization of bankruptcy restructuring lawyers made up exclusively of bankruptcy attorneys, law professors and judges. The Committee offers cutting edge educational programs on business bankruptcy for the most sophisticated practitioner to the new lawyer. The Committee meets three times a year; in the fall in conjunction with the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, at the Business Law Section Annual Meeting, and in the spring in conjunction with the Section's Spring Meeting. The Committee operates through approximately 40 subcommittees, as well as a number of task forces, working groups, and special projects. Each year, the Committee presents dozens of educational programs, many of which qualify for CLE. The Committee also produces webinars on recent Supreme Court and Circuit Court decisions within weeks of the decision at no cost to members. The Committee has become the go-to organization for bankruptcy reform, and develops and reviews proposed bankruptcy legislation and rules. As a nongovernmental organization recognized by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, the Committee is an important participant in UNCITRAL's Insolvency Working Group.

The Committee publishes a newsletter quarterly and publishes booklets and model agreements and pleadings for use by members in bankruptcy cases.

To keep members informed of recent developments and faster web based communications, the Committee is initiating a social media presence on LinkedIn.

We welcome participation, so if you'd like to get involved in the Committee - whether by writing an article for the newsletter, suggesting a topic for a program or webinar, or becoming active in any other way - please get in touch with us.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Chair Kay S. Kress


Mission Statement



The mission of the Business Bankruptcy Committee is to be the principal Business Law Section resource dealing with business bankruptcy, corporate restructuring and insolvency through cutting-edge educational programming and to be a resource for bankruptcy reform.


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Leadership

Vice-Chair:

Freeman, Susan

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Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    Intercreditor Agreements - What’s in Your Agreement?

    08/17/2017-08/17/2017

    Once upon a time, there was concern that bankruptcy courts might not consider disputes between creditors under their intercreditor agreements, but relegate the creditors to state court. Those days are long gone! Since the 2008 recession, there has been a series of cases where not only did the bankruptcy ...

    Legal Analytics: An Introduction to Using Data and Artificial Intelligence in Legal Services

    08/24/2017-08/24/2017

    Artificial intelligence, Big Data, expert systems, and lean law are more than buzz words; they'll soon be key components of an attorney's toolkit. What can you do to understand and incorporate these new tools in your own work? Our panel will provide an introduction to using data and artificial intelligence ...

    Managing Cybersecurity Due Diligence in Technology M&A Transactions

    09/12/2017-09/12/2017

    The event will be held on 09/12/2017. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Section of Antitrust Law,Center for Professional Development,Business Law Section,Section of International Law,Section of Intellectual Property Law,Section of Science & Technology Law. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .


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Listserve

In order to send a message to the listserve, send a message to the email address below. You must be a member of the Committee to successfully send a message to the listserve.

BANKRUPTCY-MEMS@mail.americanbar.org

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Modified by John Knapp on August 10, 2017

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