Death By A Thousand Meetings: Bankruptcy, Chapter 9, And Vested Rights In The Age Of COVID-19

This innovative session from the 2020 CALPELRA* conference walks you through the technical aspects of the bankruptcy and fiscal emergency processes as well as other insolvencies, including recent pension litigation. You’ll learn about the limitations of the process and how bankruptcy, or the threat of it, can fit into policy makers’ planning. The session’s presenters (Partner Charles Sakai, Managing Consultant Bob Deis, Marc Levinson of Orrick, & Kim Gillingham of Goyette & Associates) are veterans of the Vallejo, Stockton, and San Bernardino’s bankruptcies, as well as vested rights fights in Sonoma County, Vallejo, and Loyalton. Feel free to contact Charles or Bob with any questions you might have! See presentation slides here.

 

To obtain MCLE credit, please complete the evaluation form for this presentation and email it to cayers@sloansakai.com.  Upon receipt we will send you a certificate of attendance for your records.

*The California Public Employers Labor Relations Association is a professional, nonprofit California association established in 1975, comprised of public sector management representatives responsible for carrying out the labor relations / human resource programs for their jurisdictions. CALPELRA helps California public sector employers better serve their communities by providing comprehensive, quality training in labor relations and personnel management and by fostering professional development with a dynamic network of support.