MIAMI, FL– January 20, 2022- Bast Amron Partner Brett Amron will present to the University of Florida Levin College of Law students “Spring 2022 Applied Bankruptcy Course” on Friday, January 21, 2022. The course is intended to walk students through the life cycle of a company in financial distress (or that could be in financial distress in the future) and for students to come away from this class understanding what “corporate restructuring” truly means.
Brett and the other visiting practitioners will provide a number of tips, not only for being a strong and competent attorney but also a strong associate.
About Applied Bankruptcy Course
Applied Bankruptcy is a corporate business class focused on the intricacies and real-life issues that arise in the context of “mega” restructuring cases and those restructuring matters handled by major law firms in Florida and throughout the country. Each week, a renowned industry leader, including the Chief Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of Florida and partners from top law and consulting firms, share case studies to round out topics on the never-slow industry: distressed M&A. No prior bankruptcy experience is required.
This course is not designed to make you a bankruptcy expert. Bankruptcy is a process more than a body of law existing in a vacuum. It is always an option (particularly in the United States, where insolvency is not required to initiate bankruptcy proceedings.
You do not need to know anything about bankruptcy to enjoy this course.