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Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) Workshop (RECORDING)
Member Price$299.00
Non-Member Price$399.00
Merchandise Description

Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) Bootcamp

​Recorded On:
Day 1: Thursday, May 21, 2020, 2:30 PM - 6:00 PM Eastern
Day 2: Friday, May 22, 2020, 2:30 PM - 6:00 PM Eastern

The Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) went into effect on February 19, 2020. NACBA is pleased to provide this two-day intensive program on SBRA, focusing on how best to represent small business debtors under SBRA. SBRA is a new addition to the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and fills a much-needed gap for debtors caught between Chapter 11 and Chapter 13. SBRA is designed for a small business debtors engaged in commercial or business activity with a current debt limit of $2,725,625. SBRA reduces many of the harsh deadlines and stresses put on small businesses who filed under Chapter 11.

Why you should attend:

You need to stay competitive and be able to offer your bankruptcy clients all possible options to address their debt problems. Further, the compensation of debtor’s attorneys under the SBRA should be considerably more than in a flat fee chapter 7 or 13 case. Learn from practitioners who have been filing SBRA cases and hit the ground running.

Introduction to SBRA (Sub-Chapter V):

  • Compare and contrast SBRA to Chapter 11 and Chapter 13
  • Benefits
  • Burdens
  • Review New Rules
  • Effect of the CARES Act
  • Review New Forms (w/Sample Forms)
  • Intake Process and Evaluation of a Potential SBRA Case
  • Engagement, Retainer Agreements, and Fees (w/Sample Forms)
  • Practical Checklists, Deadlines, and Motions (w/Sample Forms)
  • Engaging Support Staff for the Success of the Case
  • Best Practices and Ethics
  • UST Role in SBRA Cases
  • Filing your first Ch. V Case
  • Strategies for Confirming Your Plan
  • Consequences of Dismissed Cases
  • Concluding a SBRA Case