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This program was recorded on August 22, 2019
Many practitioners will eventually find themselves dealing with a client that needs a bankruptcy filing. This class will provide all the fundamentals needed for a practitioner to feel comfortable filing their first chapter 7 bankruptcy case. We will cover all the bankruptcy essential practices and provide a foundation in the Bankruptcy Code for both lawyers and paralegals looking to add to their business. This program will also be useful for those who seek to more fully understand their duties and requirements in relation to a bankruptcy debtor and how the Bankruptcy Code may regulate their business and activities.
Theodore J. Piteo
Theodore J. Piteo hails from the east coast, born in Chicago and raised in Kent, Ohio. He attended the Ohio State University Honors College where he received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Computer Science. Today, Ted actively participates in the bankruptcy community both as a Local Rules Committee Member and as a volunteer for the community outreach program CARE. Ted’s practice focuses on Debt Litigation and Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases for both consumers and small businesses. He has presented CLE classes on Bankruptcy Law and Divorce and is an avid participant in the Oregon State Bar Debtor/Creditor Section. Ted is admitted to practice in Portland, Oregon and Ohio.