The Tennessee Bar Association has announced the agenda for the year’s 2023 Creditors Practice Forum, scheduled for October 18, 2023. This annual continuing education program is presented by the TBA’s Creditor Practice Committee and is designed to educate and update lawyers on the latest developments in commercial litigation, bankruptcy, and collections law.
Attendees can earn up to 3 general and 1 dual CLE credits. The program will cover topics including:
- Artificial Intelligence for the Real Attorney,” presented by Zack Glaser, a nationally known legal technology expert.
- “Charging Orders & Theories of Successor Liability,” presented by Dan Puryear, of Puryear Law Group.
- “Tips that Debtors’ Lawyers Don’t Want Creditors to Know,” presented by Griffin Dunham and Gray Waldron of Dunham Hildebrand, PLLC, two of the premier debtor bankruptcy lawyers in Tennessee.
David Anthony will present the session called “Primer on Liens: Some Proven Ways to Get Paid,” which will cover practical advice that judgment and other lien creditors can use to collect funds owed to them.