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Bankruptcy Appeals: What Must Be Done, When It Must Be Done and How Best to Succeed When Prosecuting or Defending a Bankruptcy Appeal

Recorded on: Oct. 31, 2018
Running Time: 01:05:00

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Taken from the Web Program Bankruptcy Appeals: What Must Be Done, When It Must Be Done and How Best to Succeed When Prosecuting or Defending a Bankruptcy Appeal Recorded October, 2018 in New York
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Bankruptcy Court Orders and Judgments have res judicata and collateral estoppel effects. Understanding how to appeal adverse rulings or to defend on appeal favorable Bankruptcy Court rulings is crucial to preserving and protecting the best interests of a client involved in a Bankruptcy Case, Adversary Proceeding or Contested Matter. Dispositive issues concerning jurisdiction, conflicting standards of review and concepts of finality make the Bankruptcy appellate process fraught with potential landmines requiring counsel to possess specialized knowledge and awareness of deadlines and procedural filing requirements.

William A. Smelko of Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP will cover:

  • The essential requirements of and deadlines in the Bankruptcy Appellate Process
  • Jurisdictional challenges, options and alternatives unique to Bankruptcy Appeals
  • The ever shifting concepts of finality and standards of review in Bankruptcy Appeals 
  • How to effectively and persuasively position arguments and briefing for Bankruptcy Appeals

Presentation Material

  • BANKRUPTCY APPEALS: THE NEXT STEPS IN THE BK LITIGATION PROCESS
    William A. Smelko
  • PERFECTING AND PURSUING AN APPEAL
    William A. Smelko
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