Bankruptcy Primer for Small Business February 16, 2021
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Bankruptcy Primer For Small Business

Tuesday, February 16, 2021 from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM PST
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Dear Edith, 
Bankruptcy- You have heard the term, but what do you really understand?
The Small Business Reorganization Task Force, formed by Chief Bankruptcy Judge Maureen Tighe in conjunction with several small California businesses has a mission to educate business owners in Central and Southern California about both bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy options when in financial distress. If you are contemplating bankruptcy, educating yourself is a must! 
SCORE is happy to host this webinar in conjunction with members of the Task Force to bring this timely subject to as many business owners as possible.
Bankruptcy is a process under federal law designed to help people and businesses get protection from their creditors. 
In this presentation you will learn about bankruptcy processes, procedures and options
•    Basic Bankruptcy Key Terms and Key Parties for Chapter 11 
•    New Bankruptcy Laws: Sub Chapter V-The new bankruptcy lifeline that small business owners may need to survive Covid 19.
•    Bankruptcy versus Non Bankruptcy: "Work Out" Pros and Cons
•    This presentation is for educational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.
There will be a Q & A period following the presentation with an attorney experienced in bankruptcy law.
Presenter: Tamar Terzian represents a variety of clients ranging from individuals to trustees and small businesses. Her experience includes prominent restructurings in chapter 11 cases, civil bankruptcy and tax matters. Prior to beginning her own firm, she was an attorney with a prominent Bankruptcy boutique in Los Angeles. 
Q & A: Everett L. Green, a senior trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of the U.S. Trustee and specializes in bankruptcy matters