IECA Webinar: A Bankruptcy Tour, Treatment of Contracts in Bankruptcy, Safe Harbors and Pre-Packaged Bankruptcies

October 7, 2020
Event Type
Mark Speiser
Harold Olsen

This presentation will begin with an overview of the treatment of contracts in bankruptcy. The second portion of the presentation will explore the “safe harbor” provisions of the Bankruptcy Code, including recent developments. Finally, the presentation will cover post-petition trading orders, including the treatment of secured hedging programs in pre-packaged bankruptcies.  

Learning Objective:  Review the fundamentals of bankruptcy safe harbors and learn about recent developments and pre-packaged bankruptcies.        

View on our IECA Online Learning Portal HERE! 

Members: FREE!
Non-Members: $35.00

Webinar Disclaimer:
By registering for this webinar, you are aware that you will be using the Zoom platform to view this material. You hereby release and hold harmless the IECA and its Officers & Directors for any loss or liability relating to this platform, including for any materials compromised or loss of or damage to personal property or information technology due to the participation in this Zoom webinar. By consenting to view this IECA webinar on Zoom, you agree to assume any risks that may arise due to the Zoom platform, including but not limited to hacking, material compromise or other damages due to allowing Zoom to access your computer for the viewing of this webinar. By registering for this webinar, you are aware of the risks and expectations associated with participation in this online event

CLE Disclaimer:
The IECA has applied for virtual CLE and each session has been approved for 1.0 CLE credit in Kansas and Texas. Please contact to obtain a certificate of completion for this IECA course which will include the sponsor and course IDs for you to apply individually. If you are seeking CLE credit, we encourage you to look into your specific state’s CLE requirements. For example, If you are applying for CLE in New York, you can view the state-approved jurisdiction list here, as well as the individual state CLE application here.
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CLE is available with the completion of the webinar and the pass of the quiz at the end of the webinar. If you are NOT prompted to take a quiz at the end of this webinar, please contact Jessica Hall at