Webinars to Download
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A Closer Look: Lien Avoidance and Law v. Seigel
Exemptions Part 2. Academy Editor & Advisor Wm. Houston Brown and notable bankruptcy expert Larry Ahern follow-up on the December 2013 Saving Homes and Stripping Liens webinar (below). Both Brown and Ahern are experts as they literally wrote the book: Bankruptcy Exemption Manual, 2013 ed. (West's Bankruptcy Series). This webinar is designed for attorneys at an advanced level.
Practical Considerations in Bankruptcy Appeals
Join Judges Paul Bonapfel and Stanley Birch, along with experts Lisa Ritchey-Craig and Michael Holbein, for practice pointers, advice on what to include (or not) in a brief, and a rare behind the scenes look at the appellate process including tips on oral argument.
Deja Revue – Getting Your Judge to Take a New Look at a ‘Settled’ Issue
Deja Revue – Getting Your Judge to Take a New Look at a ‘Settled’ Issue. In this video session taken from the 2010 NACTT conference, learn from experts Joe Prochaska and John Gustafson the first steps to getting your Judge to take a second look at a given issue.
Saving Homes and Stripping Liens: Recent Exemption Developments.
Saving Homes and Stripping Liens: Recent Exemption Developments. Academy Editor & Advisor William Houston Brown and his writing and law partner, Certified Bankruptcy Specialist Lawrence R. Ahern III do an outstanding job catching listeners up on the latest in exemptions.
Escrow Analysis Beyond the Basics
A continuation of Demystifying Mortgage Escrow, this resource drills down beyond the basics and analyzes common problems found in deciphering escrow statements. Experts Ramona Daniels, Joel Ackerman and Denise Carlon look at case law and statutes and answer viewer questions.
Oy Vey, More Rule Changes: The CFPB and Regulations X & Z
Join Chapter 13 Trustee Tom King, attorneys John Crane and Wendy Walter on a voyage through selected portions of the new Mortgage Servicing Rules promulgated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau resulting in significant changes to Regulations X and Z. These rules go into effect January 10th.
Fast is Fine But Accuracy is Everything
Trustees Pete Fessenden and Sims Crawford, along with Systems & Modified Plans Manager Naliko Markel, bring us insights into the importance of accuracy in the Chapter 13 Trustee’s Office as well as helpful hints and how to’s in maintaining the highest of standards.
Demystifying Mortgage Escrow
Only Slightly Less Complicated Than The BCS System
In Escrow Analysis 101, Michael J. McCormick and W. Jeffrey Collier do a stellar job of helping us understand an escrow analysis and how to use the information contained in an escrow statement. This webinar is specifically designed for trustees’ and debtors’ attorneys’ staff, but could also be of assistance to anyone required to analyze escrow statements and resolve problems short of litigation.
Office Security Webinar
The NACTT, in partnership with the Academy, is pleased to offer another in the series of staff training tools. Trustees Deb Miller and Debbie Langehennig present this 42 minute training designed for the entire office, both professionals and support staff. This webinar teaches the importance of having office procedures in place for all types of breach in security such as intruders, workplace violence and receipt of suspicious packages.
The 360 Degree Leader Part 2
Join Director of Operations for the Chapter 13 Trustee in the Northern District of Georgia, Ronnie LeFevers, as he expounds, in his own unique way, on John C. Maxwell’s “The 360 Degree Leader.” Only 360° leaders influence people at every level in the organization. By helping others, they help themselves. In Part 2, Ronnie gives us Maxwell’s insights on “Leading Across” and “Leading Down.”
The 360 Degree Leader Part 1
Join Director of Operations for the Chapter 13 Trustee in the Northern District of Georgia, Ronnie LeFevers, as he expounds, in his own unique way, on John C. Maxwell’s The 360 Degree Leader. In Part 1 Ronnie gives us Maxwell’s insight on how we can lighten our leader’s load by “Leading Up.”
Webinar - Legal Advice vs. Legal Information
The NACTT, in partnership with the Academy, is pleased to offer another invaluable staff training resource. This training is excellent for both new and seasoned employees as it prepares employees for routine and not so routine questions and offers tips on how not to fall into the legal advice trap. Although designed for trustee staff, this training can be adapted as an excellent training resource for law firms.