Paul Nussbaum Presents at Bankruptcy Bar Association's 18th Annual Spring Break Weekend on "Ethical Issues in Business and Consumer Bankruptcy Cases"
Baltimore -- Whiteford Taylor & Preston LLP is pleased to announce that Paul M. Nussbaum, Chair of the firm's Business Reorganizations and Bankruptcy Litigation group, addressed the Bankruptcy Bar Association at its 18th Annual Spring Break Weekend on "Ethical Issues in Business and Consumer Bankruptcy Cases" in Annapolis on May 3, 2014.
The program, designed for leading practitioners in the bankruptcy arena, included Maryland Bankruptcy Judges as well as visiting judges from both Virginia and Washington D.C and attorneys from an array of regional law firms.
In his presentation, Mr. Nussbaum joined the Honorable S. Martin Teel, Jr., United States Bankruptcy Court Judge for the District of Columbia, David N. Portney of Grossbart, Portney & Rosenberg, P.A. and Gerard R. Vetter of the District of Maryland Office of the U.S. Trustee.
Attorneys are faced with an array of ethical issues when managing matters for their clients and must be well-versed in possible alternatives for dealing with ethical dilemmas, including conflicts of interests.
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