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April 3, 2009

Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum Program April 6

LOS ANGELES BANKRUPTCY FORUM'S
April 6, 2009 Dinner Program

"Clear Channel: Does Appealing Sales Make for Unappealing Assets?"
 
Honorable
ALAN M. AHART
U.S. Bankruptcy Court
 Central District of California 
 
JOHN M. TEDFORD IV
Danning, Gill, Diamond & Kollitz LLP 
 
SIDNEY P. LEVINSON
Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman LLP
 
The panel will analyze the Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel's ruling in Clear Channel Outdoor, Inc. v. Knupfer (In re PW, LLC), 391 B.R. 25 (9th Cir. BAP 2008).  Unlike other recent programs on Clear Channel which have focused on the BAP's interpretation of 11 U.S.C. §363(f)(5), this program will focus on the BAP's interpretation and application of statutory mootness under 11 U.S.C.  §363(m) and equitable mootness, and the decision's potential impact on bankruptcy sales in this circuit.

Price
$80.00 for LABF members
$100.00 for non-members
$35.00 for government
At the door: Additional $10.00 Monday, April 6, 2009

Doors open at 6:00 PM
Dinner at 6:45 PM
Program at 7:30 PM
Lights out at 8:45 PM Location
    Omni Hotel Los Angeles
    215 South Olive Street
    Los Angeles
 
SIGN UP ONLINE OR MAIL/FAX PRINTABLE FORM AT:
 
http://www.labankruptcyforum.org
 
SEATING IS LIMITED.  CANCELLATIONS MUST BE MADE BY APRIL 2, 2009.  THIS ACTIVITY WILL COUNT FOR ONE HOUR MCLE CREDIT (LABF CERTIFIES THAT THIS ACTIVITY CONFORMS TO THE STANDARD FOR APPROVED EDUCATION ACTIVITIES PRESCRIBED BY THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA.) 

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I am trying to locate a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy file dated in 1961 (Central District, LA Bankruptcy Court). In that file I am hoping to locate a property that was not sold or dispersed, and was Abandoned.
Questions:
1. To which address, telephone number to I contact to hopefully acquire a copy of the file to possibly re-open the Case.
2. Can I deal directly with the Bank. Court to re-open the case and buy this (close to) worthless property, rather than work through a Trustee (who's not going to be interested in working on such a small value) ??
Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon.
DV

ed. note: You can file a motion to reopen if you have the name and case number of the debtor but you will have to buy the asset through a trustee.

Posted by: Dana Veitch | Jun 12, 2009 1:53:32 PM

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