4/20/2017 Richard Marshack Moderating – The End of Brick and Mortar

Posted on 03/16/17
THE END OF BRICK AND MORTAR RETAIL AS WE KNOW IT, AND I FEEL FINE? REGISTER HERE Speakers: The Honorable Scott H. Yun, United States Bankruptcy Judge J. Michael Issa, GlassRatner Advisory & Capital Group LLC Whitman L. Holt, Klee, Tuchin, Bogdanoff & Stern LLP Matthew G. Bouslog, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP   Moderator: Richard A. Marshack, Marshack Hays LLP Program Chairs: David A. ... Read full article

2/27/2017 – Ed Hays Moderating at the Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section Meeting

Posted on 02/25/17
Speakers: Hon. Mark S. Wallace U.S. Bankruptcy Court Hon. Erithe A. Smith U.S. Bankruptcy Court Moderator: D. Edward Hays, Esq., Marshack Hays LLP Topic: Motion Practice: Critical Practice Pointers Judge Wallace and Judge Smith will share critical practice tips and strategies relating to law and motion matters. Learn best practices and how to avoid common pitfalls. The speakers will cover a broad swath of topics relevant to ... Read full article

1/14/2017 – Richard Marshack Speaking at the Last Dash Continuing Education Program

Posted on 01/10/17
On January 14, 2017 Richard Marshack and colleague Richard Heston will present the Debtor and Creditor Rights in Bankruptcy Proceedings at the Last Dash Continuing Education Program sponsored by the Orange County  Bar Association at Whittier College of Law. Richard Marshack is a regular presenter at the OC Bar Association and has given this presentation each year for the ... Read full article

Richard Marshack Receives the Peter Elliott Award

Posted on 12/17/16
"Another big congratulations to Richard for receiving the Peter M. Elliott Award tonight. This is the top recognition awarded by our community to its leaders. Many kind words were shared about Richard. During his acceptance speech, Richard recognized everyone at the firm by name and thanked everyone for helping him be the person he is. A well-deserved award and ... Read full article

New Ninth Circuit Ruling Makes Chapter 11 for Individuals Far More Difficult

Posted on 09/13/16
In January, 2016  the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Zachary v. California Bank and Trust ruled that the Absolute Priority Rule still applies to individual Chapter 11 reorganizations after the Bankruptcy Code was amended in 2005. This ruling means that the several court opinions that concluded that the 2005 amendment made it easier for individuals to confirm Chapter ... Read full article

8/18/16 – Law and Politics; The Impact on our Courts

Posted on 08/10/16
Please mark your calendar The Orange County Bar Association Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section Presents LAW AND POLITICS and THE IMPACT ON OUR COURTS Thursday, August 18, 2016 Registration 5:30 pm • Dinner: 6:00 pm • Program: 6:30-8:30 pm Speakers Hon. Alex Kozinski, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Hon. Andrew J. Guilford, U.S. District Judge, Central District Hon. Scott C. Clarkson, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Central District Moderator: Katherine Porter, Professor, UC ... Read full article

8/30/16 – Ed Hays Speaking on Compensation and Disgorgement

Posted on 08/10/16
Compensation and Disgorgement: Section 329 and Rule 2017 Proceedings; Earned Upon Receipt Retainers (Do they Exist?); Security Retainers; Required Disclosures by Debtor's Counsel; Chapter 13 Fee Application Issues and Other Current Fee Issues Featuring: The Honorable Mark D Houle, United States Bankruptcy Court The Honorable Scott E Yun, United States Bankruptcy Court Ed Hays, Marshack Hays, LLP Tuesday, August 30, 2016 No Host Cocktails 6 ... Read full article

Matthew Grimshaw Becomes Partner at Marshack Hays LLP

Posted on 05/16/16
Congratulations Matt! Marshack Hays LLP is proud to announce that Matt Grimshaw has accepted partnership with the firm. Richard Marshack and Ed Hays look forward to a long and productive partnership with Matt. The firm wishes Matt all the best in the years to come! Read about Matt here.

May 11, 2016 – Ed Hays moderating Successor Liability and Chapter 11

Posted on 03/16/16
Successor Liability and Chapter 11 Topics include: When will a buyer of assets from a Debtor in Possession or a Bankruptcy Trustee be liable for existing or future claims? Is there an advantage between transferring assets through a 363 sale or a confirmed plan? Strategies to limit successor liability. Speakers:  The Honorable Scott Clarkson, United States Bankruptcy Court, Whitman L. Holt Klee, Tuchin, Bogdanoff & ... Read full article