Category Archives: Monthly Meetings – 2021

June 2021, SABBA Meeting – Ethical Issues in Recent Bankruptcy Cases.

 

The monthly meeting for June, 2021,  will be held on Tuesday,  June 22, 2021 at(!) the San Antonio Country Club, at 4100 N. New Braunfels Ave., San Antonio, Texas.

Social begins at 5:00 p.m., followed by an informative presentation at 5:30 p.m.

Map to San Antonio Country Club.

San Antonio Country Club’s current COVID-19 policy:

1. Fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear masks. Unvaccinated guests are strongly encouraged to wear masks indoors.

2. Social distancing is recommended.

3. If you do not feel well, or have any symptoms of COVID-19, please do not enter the facilities.

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Ethical Issues in Recent Bankruptcy Cases.

The SABBA CLE for June will be Jim Rose and Shane Tobin presenting on recent cases that raise ethical issues. (“Ethical Issues in Recent Bankruptcy Cases”) .

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May 2021 Meeting: The Various Roles the Attorney General Plays in Bankruptcy Cases.

The monthly meeting for May, 2021 will be held on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 as an ONLINE CONFERENCE.

Social* begins at 5:00 p.m., followed by an informative presentation at 5:30 p.m.

*(Comestibles and libations are the participant’s own responsibility).

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The presentation for May is “Layla Milligan from the Attorney General’s Office will present information on the various roles the AG plays in bankruptcy cases. “

or – “We’re From the (State) Government, and We’re Here to Help,” – a discussion with Layla Milligan on behalf of the Bankruptcy Regulatory Team and Kimberly Walsh of the Bankruptcy Tax Team about the involvement of the Office of the Attorney General Bankruptcy & Collections Division in bankruptcy cases generally, specific issues that we see frequently, and ways to work together for successful and efficient resolutions of issues.

Layla Milligan

Layla D. Milligan
Assistant Attorney General
Bankruptcy & Collections Division
Office of the Attorney General
Direct (512) 475-4933
layla.milligan@oag.texas.gov

Info from Kimberly Walsh:

OAG Bankruptcy Collections Division
Main Number: 512/463-2173

The invitation to the Zoom Conference is in the email sent to you, notifying you of this meeting.

CLE CREDIT will be provided to participants. Following the session, please email your name and State Bar number to Trey White at treywhite@villawhite.com.

To prevent any zoom-bombing, the Zoom administrator will lock the meeting by 5:40 p.m. Once the meeting is locked, no one will be able to get in, even with the password. A recording of the session is anticipated, so that may be made available to anyone who can’t attend the meeting. Upon viewing the session, they can apply for CLE credit through the State Bar of Texas.

When Securities Claims Clash with the Bankruptcy Code.

The monthly meeting for April, 2021 will be held on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 as an ONLINE CONFERENCE.

Social* begins at 5:00 p.m., followed by an informative presentation at 5:30 p.m.

*(Comestibles and libations are the participant’s own responsibility).

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The presentation for April is “When Securities Claims Clash with the Bankruptcy Code–the Story of PIABA Pete”, by Randall A. Pulman & Amber Fly, of Pulman, Cappuccio & Pullen, LLP – pulmanlaw.com

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The invitation to the Zoom Conference is in the email sent to you, notifying you of this meeting.

CLE CREDIT will be provided to participants. Following the session, please email your name and State Bar number to Trey White at treywhite@villawhite.com.

To prevent any zoom-bombing, the Zoom administrator will lock the meeting by 5:40 p.m. Once the meeting is locked, no one will be able to get in, even with the password. A recording of the session is anticipated, so that may be made available to anyone who can’t attend the meeting. Upon viewing the session, they can apply for CLE credit through the State Bar of Texas.

March Message from SABBA President

Dear SABBA members,

Thank you for your responses regarding rescheduling the March 2021 meeting due to the scheduling conflict with the LEK Bankruptcy Inn of Court.  Unfortunately, we weren’t able to make an alternate date in March work with the Chapter 7 Trustee Panel.  Therefore, we will not be having a meeting in March.

However, we will be meeting virtually on April 27th for  “When Securities Issues Collide with the Bankruptcy Code” presented by Randy Pulman, Chief Judge King, and Judge Gargotta.  

Trey is planning a full slate for summer, and it looks like the Chapter 7 Trustees will be rescheduled to July, which is normally a month we skip.

Please stayed tuned for information about resuming in person meetings and rescheduling the Holiday Party for the Clerk’s office. Remember to register for the SBOT Bench Bar Conference (virtual) April 8-9, if you haven’t already.

Stay well,

Natalie Wilson
SABBA President

Spring Bluebonnets

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February 2021 SABBA Meeting: SBRA Case Update!

The monthly meeting for February, 2021 will be held on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 as an ONLINE CONFERENCE.

Social* begins at 5:00 p.m., followed by an informative presentation at 5:30 p.m.

*(Comestibles and libations are the participant’s own responsibility).

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The presentation for February is “Small Business Reorganization Act, Case Update”, by Subchapter V Trustees: Eric Terry, Michael Colvard, Steve Sather and Brad O’Dell.

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The invitation to the Zoom Conference is in the email sent to you, notifying you of this meeting.

CLE CREDIT will be provided to participants. Following the session, please email your name and State Bar number to Trey White at treywhite@villawhite.com.

To prevent any zoom-bombing, the Zoom administrator will lock the meeting by 5:40 p.m. Once the meeting is locked, no one will be able to get in, even with the password. A recording of the session is anticipated, so that may be made available to anyone who can’t attend the meeting. Upon viewing the session, they can apply for CLE credit through the State Bar of Texas.