Bankruptcy Exemptions: Tips, Tools and Trends

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time
Oakland County Bar Association
1760 South Telegraph Road, Suite 100
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302


The OCBA Debtor/Creditor Committee presents this seminar addressing the challenges exemptions pose in bankruptcy proceedings.


Speakers: Thomas Morris, Esq., Silverman & Morris, P.C.; Yuli Osipov, Esq., Osipov Bigelman, P.C.; Amanda A. Page, Esq., Page Law P.L.L.C., Lawrence Ponoroff, Esq., Dean and Professor at Michigan State University School of Law  




Course Description: New attorneys and experienced practitioners will benefit from this panel discussion of the current problems and challenges facing parties to exemption issues. Our panelists share their advice on tricky issues, hot topics and the future of exemptions. Topics of discussion will include:

  • The nature of exemptions in bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy proceedings

  • Practical problems in individual Chapter 7 and homestead cases

  • Exemptions planning based on Michigan law

  • Curative transfers and an analysis of the effect of Law v. Siegel

  • Reconciling recent Supreme Court cases: where is the caselaw headed?


​Refreshments sponsored by: 

OsipovBigelman_logo1cpage_law_2    Silverman___Morris







$40.00     OCBA Members
$30.00     OCBA New Lawyers (P75866 ), Paralegals and Students
$60.00     All non-members

At the Door:

$60.00     OCBA Members
$50.00     OCBA New Lawyers (P75866 ), Paralegals and Students
$90.00     All non-members

Registration: Register at Exemptions. Pre-registration is encouraged since seating is limited. Pre-registration for this lecture ends on October 16, 2017.










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