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Legalese Made Easy! NACM Presents the Hottest Legal Issues Today Presented by Experts on the Subject. Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Get the Facts in Nashville!

Magazine article Business Credit

Legalese Made Easy! NACM Presents the Hottest Legal Issues Today Presented by Experts on the Subject. Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Get the Facts in Nashville!

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14040. Bankruptcy Update One Year Later

Speakers: Wanda Borges, Esq., Borges & Associates, LLC and Bruce Nathan, Esq., Lowenstein Sandier PC

This program will focus on how debtors and creditors are dealing with changes to the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA), court decisions and rule changes dealing with various provisions.

14042. Credit Applications

Speakers: Scott Blakeley, Esq., Blakeley and Blakeley, LLP and Mike Brittain, CAE, NACM MidAmerica

This session covers numerous factors necessary to form a credit application. Topics such as how to ask and get information from a customer and how to understand the information you receive as well as how to make a credit application a legally binding document are discussed. Important details to include in a credit application are reviewed, such as conditions of sale, venue selection and interest charges.

14045. Sarbanes-Oxley Simplified

Speaker: Mike Morley, CPA, Working Capital Consulting

This seminar on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 will help you understand the obligations of company and finance executives, credit professionals and employees; navigate the Section 404 maze using these common-sense guidelines; and protect your company from fraud using these simple principles.

14046. Survival Guide for Negotiating Effective Construction Contract Provisions

Speaker: Connie E. Carrigan, Esq., Smith Debnam Law

Attendees are instructed on key elements in the commercial construction setting, such as the types of contracts between an owner and a contractor and the relationship between contractors and suppliers. Pre-contract negotiations will be reviewed as well as clarification of express contract terms versus implied contract terms. Lastly, an overview of AIA documents will be presented.

14050. Escheatment Laws & Unclaimed Property Reporting Requirements, You Can't Afford "Not" to Be in Compliance!

Speakers: Valerie Jundt, Deloitte & Touche LLP and Anthony Andreoli, CPA

Does your company issue checks, payroll, customer credit refunds, A/R, gift cards and/or rebates? Specifically designed to address the various laws, regulations and obligations related to unclaimed property and how they affect your company, this session identifies your responsibilities as they relate to the various unclaimed property laws; answer your questions and provide "best practices" for compliance.

14051. Mock Trial

Speakers: Michael H. Traison, Esq., Lawrence M. Dudek, Esq. and James M. Pelland, Esq., Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, PLC

Litigation lawyers from Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, PLC present a mock trial program involving various legal issues important to credit managers. This will include a brief description of the background facts; opening arguments; direct and cross examination of the credit manager and the debtor's president; closing arguments; and a request from the audience for a jury verdict.

14054. Bankruptcy/Creditors' Rights Forum: You Ask the Speaker!

Speaker: Bruce Nathan, Esq., Lowenstein Sandier PC

Here is your opportunity to ask questions on bankruptcy and other creditors' rights subjects in this session. The subjects to be discussed include hot issues arising out of the new bankruptcy statute, including recent developments concerning the new administrative claim in favor of suppliers of goods and expanded reclamation rights, preferences and defenses, critical vendor issues and recoupment and more. …

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