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June 19, 2009

US Trustee Brown Bag Series July 15, 2009

CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY: SELECTED ISSUES INVOLVING CREDITOR CONDUCT  
 
Presented by  Jill M. Sturtevant, Assistant United States Trustee
 
Date:            Wednesday, July 15, 2009
 
Time:           Noon to 1:00pm (you are welcome to bring your lunch)
 
Where:       Office of the United States Trustee
                   Ernst & Young Plaza, Lobby Level, Room 101
                   725 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017
 
This program has been approved for 1 hour of MCLE credit.
 
This program is designed for attorneys with a valid State Bar number.  To ensure adequate accommodations, be aware that seating is limited to 91 persons. 

This U.S. Trustee program is co-sponsored by the Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum. 
 

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Yeah, I know - it will never see the light.

But it is just so hard to ignore the irony

Brown Bag US Trustee function!!!!

http://www.petters-fraud.com/DOJ_Cover_UP.html

Posted by: Laser Haas | Jun 19, 2009 10:15:39 AM

The title almost says it all. But to be truthful, it is not the concept of "Selected Issues" but rather "Selected Creditors" which becomes the prime determinant of how the U.S. Trustee acts in response to conduct on the part of creditors, and the conflicted counsel to such creditors. But let's remember that DOJ and SEC lawyers only make about $150K per year, and when these government "lawyer-regulators" take the revolving door into a BigLaw partnership or as an employee of a hedge fund, the dollars are staggering in comparison. Sadly, the Office Of The U.S. Trustee has too many "free agents" and not enough citizens who would fight for our Country and our Constitution like the Rangers at Pointe-Du-Hoc or the Marines at Iwo Jima; or the countless brave men and women sacrificing money, comfort, and lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. Shame on you bad government lawyers, whether you are cowardly, crooked, or both.

Posted by: Non-hedge fund Creditor | Jun 19, 2009 1:15:17 PM

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