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40th Annual Bankruptcy Institute
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The 40th Annual Bankruptcy Institute features dynamic speakers covering diverse topics designed to impart practical advice and update practitioners on the latest developments in restructuring and bankruptcy with a focus on our local districts of North Carolina.
Enjoy a keynote address by Dr. Ed Balleisen of Duke University, where he discusses his recent book, Fraud: An American History from Barnum to Madoff.
Panelists include five North Carolina bankruptcy judges, a nationally active expert on valuations, and seasoned debtors and creditors attorneys.
Friday afternoon breakout sessions allow in-depth study for practitioners focused on either consumer or business issues. Enjoy networking with our North Carolina bankruptcy bar, turnaround professionals and vendors in beautiful downtown Asheville.
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Planned by the NCBA Bankruptcy Section
Truth or Consequences: A Lawyer's Responsibility to Be Truthful
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Once you accept the principle that it is acceptable to lie
Do you know the difference between truth, THE TRUTH, truthfulness, ruthlessness, puffery, alternative facts, and outright lying?
In this program, Cornell Law School Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law W. Bradley Wendel explores the relationship between the practice of law and the truth-telling obligations for lawyers—in and out of their roles as professionals—including application of the relevant North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct.
Following the featured speaker, a panel of experienced lawyers and Federal District Court Judge Frank Whitney leads the audience in thought-provoking discussions of relevant hypothetical fact scenarios.
This interactive discussion explores the moral, ethical and legal aspects of a lawyer’s duty to be truthful.
Planned by the NCBA Professionalism Committee