Daniel Gershburg gives a practical overview of bankruptcy representation. He covers the initial bankruptcy consultation with potential clients, the Means Test, and ways around it to best suit the client. Mr. Gershburg also discusses ways to prepare a client for meeting the bankruptcy trustee. This CLE is full of practical tips for getting started in bankruptcy representation – Mr. Gershburg started as a solo practitioner straight out of law school – and also how to provide service in such a way that will lead to building a thriving practice.
This CLE is an introductory overview of Chapter 7 bankruptcy representation.
Missouri lawyers: Outkick CLE classes are considered “self study” and are subject to a 6 hour cap per year. Self study classes cannot be carried over to the next year and may not be used to satisfy the professionalism, ethics or malpractice prevention education requirements of Rule 15.
New York lawyers: Outkick CLE courses will count toward your New York CLE requirement under New York’s Approved Jurisdiction policy. To read the policy in full, please see the New York CLE Board website.
Texas lawyers: This Outkick CLE course will count for 1.0 hour of Ethics.