IntersectBK



Bankruptcy conferences don't often pay enough attention to mortgage default and default conferences often pay too little attention to bankruptcy. ALFN Bankruptcy Intersect changes that. In its second year, this ALFN event is devoted entirely to the intersection of mortgage servicing and consumer bankruptcies. Join us for cutting-edge, devoted content built by the nation's leading creditors' rights bankruptcy attorneys for an eye-opening and exciting day-long summit that will energize and educate your entire bankruptcy department. Come March 26th, we hope you'll meet us at the intersection. 


So much happens at the intersection of mortgage servicing and consumer bankruptcy. Your team needs a drill down that refreshes the mind, identifies trends and forecasts issues to come, and reinforces positive interplay with your foreclosure departments, legal counsel, borrowers and investors. We welcome all default servicing departments to join us. Although the focus is on bankruptcy, you will find value in the cross-training opportunities and having your foreclosure departments and legal counsel attend.   

For Mortgage Servicing Professionals
Contact Susan Rosen for more information or to register your team to attend. Intersect is built on content that has broad appeal within the bankruptcy departments of mortgage servicers and we encourage multiple attendees from each servicing company. Sessions will be structured for both basic and advanced levels. 

SCHEDULE: 

7:30 AM-4:00 PM – Registration – Mandalay Foyer
 
8:00-9:15 AM – Breakfast & Opening Super Session – Mandalay Ballroom
Stay relief and discharge issues.
9:15-9:30 AM – Refreshment Break
 
9:30-10:30 AM – Breakout Sessions
Breakout Session 1 – Consumer Bankruptcy Track - Mandalay East
Case law updates. We will review some of the biggest bankruptcy cases of the past year in a debate format to determine which was the most significant with the biggest impact on creditors.   ‚Äč
Breakout Session 2 – Commercial Bankruptcy Track - Mandalay West
A review of Individual vs. Corporate Ch. 11’s.  Post-confirmation – What are your rights?  
10:30-10:45 AM – Refreshment Break
 
10:45-11:45 AM – Breakout Sessions
Breakout Session 3 – Consumer Bankruptcy Track - Mandalay East
Sanctions in consumer cases and the best practices to avoid getting sanctions.  
Breakout Session 4 – Commercial Bankruptcy Track - Mandalay West
Non-borrower filings – Is it a scam?  We will review this and other Chapter 11 fraud issues.  
11:45-12:00 PM Refreshment Break
 
12:00-1:00 PM – Servicer Super Session
Join our panel of servicers to discuss several hot topic bankruptcy issues.
  • Michael J McCormick, McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC, Senior Partner - Bankruptcy Department, Michael.McCormick@mccalla.com – Moderator
  • Mike Bates, JPMorgan Chase Bank, VP & Assistant General Counsel, mike.bates@jpmchase.com
  • Chris Carman, BSI Financial Services, Litigation & Compliance Counsel, Ccarman@bsifinancial.com
  • Alice Whitten, Wells Fargo Legal Department, Managing Counsel - Senior Vice President, alice.whitten@wellsfargo.com
1:00-2:00 PM – Lunch Presentation - Mandalay Ballroom
Sponsored by Scott & Corley
Join the leadership of the ALFN’s young professionals group (Junior Professionals & Executives Group “JPEG”) and our women’s leadership group (Women in Legal Leadership “WILL”) to learn more about what they do and how you can get involved. 
 
2:00-3:00 PM – Closing Super Session – Post-Petition Fees - Mandalay Ballroom
We will discuss any guidance that can be provided on post-petition fees and a review of what is being done in several different jurisdictions.  
3:00-4:00 PM - Closing Networking Reception for All Attendees – Mandalay Foyer
Sponsored by BDF Law Group

 
Thank You to Our 2019 Intersect Sponsors

 
   

 
   

 
   
     
ABOUT INTERSECT
An ALFN event at the intersection of servicing + bankruptcy

Register Now!


WHEN
March 26, 2019
8:00AM - 4:00PM

WHERE
The Omni Mandalay
221 Las Colinas Blvd. E
Irving, TX 


SPONSOR
Click Here to view sponsorship opportunities or email srosen@alfn.org with questions.