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New Small Business Reorganization Act CLE Free for CCBA Members on February 7, 2024

We’re hosting a live webcast of “New Small Business Reorganization Act” a CLE program for free for CCBA members on February 7, 2024.

On February 7, 2024, commercial bankruptcy lawyer Candace Carlyon of Carlyon Cica Chtd. will make a special presentation of “New Small Business Reorganization Act” for the continuing legal education of Nevada lawyers in a lunchtime learning program produced by the Clark County Bar Association and sponsored in part by Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video.

Candace Carlyon has over three decades of legal experience, including representation of a myriad of constituencies in commercial reorganization and credit restructuring matters. Candace is a tenacious litigator, representing clients in complex commercial litigation matters, including fraud, contract, deficiency, business disputes and receiverships. She also conducts mediations and serves as a pro tempore short trial judge for the Eighth Judicial District Court. She has been certified as a Commercial Bankruptcy Specialist by the American Board of Certification of Bankruptcy and Commercial Rights Specialists since 1994 and is a past president of that organization. She has been recognized in Best Lawyers in America since 1996, and has held an A-V rating, the highest available, since 1989.

The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 is a game-changer for business bankruptcies. With a debt limit of $7,500,000, this new streamlined chapter 11 process provides a lifeline for many businesses struggling to overcome the residual effects of COVID-19 and high inflation, as well as the continuing challenges of high interest rates. This one-hour program will explain the provisions and application of the new “Subchapter V,” including eligibility, how to obtain information, debtor’s obligations, creditor’s rights, and impact of this new type of bankruptcy. In addition to the legal structure of small business bankruptcies, the presentation will provide insight into restructuring and collection alternatives.

CCBA members are invited to attend this CLE program for free on February 7, 2024.

Lunchtime Learning CLE

“New Small Business Reorganization Act”

Sponsors: Bank of Nevada and Las Vegas Legal Video

  • About: The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 is a game-changer for business bankruptcies. With a debt limit of $7,500,000, this new streamlined chapter 11 process provides a lifeline for many businesses struggling to overcome the residual effects of COVID-19 and high inflation, as well as the continuing challenges of high interest rates. This one-hour program will explain the provisions and application of the new “Subchapter V,” including eligibility, how to obtain information, debtor’s obligations, creditor’s rights, and impact of this new type of bankruptcy. In addition to the legal structure of small business bankruptcies, the presentation will provide insight into restructuring and collection alternatives.
  • Speaker: Candace Carlyon of Carlyon Cica Chtd.
  • Recorded: 2/7/2024
  • Credits: 1.0 General CLE Credit (NV)
  • Price: Recorded materials rental: $25/CCBA Member or $50/non-member
  • Not a current member? Join or renew a CCBA membership now!
  • Order form: https://clarkcountybar.org/marketplace/cle-programs/new-small-business-reorganization-act-cle-program/

Pricing of the live webcast event is included with the 2024 CCBA membership. CCBA membership will be verified upon RSVP. During the event, attendance will be taken and only those Nevada lawyers in attendance will have their attendance reported to Nevada’s Board of Continuing Legal Education.

The event will be recorded for use in the CCBA’s audio/visual library. The recorded versions of the program will be offered for rental use at a small fee (to cover administrative costs).

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