Minnesota’s new Assisted Living License goes into effect August 1, 2021. With less than five months remaining before the deadline, providers need to...Read More
Winthrop & Weinstine will present a webinar for Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota on “Chapter 11 Commercial Bankruptcies During COVID.” This program will cover the basics of a commercial Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding from the perspective of a secured lender. It will be a good program for bankers who are new to Chapter 11 and ...
Tuesday, March 16, 202110:00 AM - 11:30 AM CT
Ian Rubenstrunk wrote an article for the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Secured Credit Committee Newsletter in March 2021. The article, “Recent Cases Enforcing a Pre-Petition Waiver of the Automatic Stay,” addresses the way in which pre-petition waivers of the automatic stay have been enforced in two recent bankruptcy court decisions. Ian supposes “the enforceability…will depend on ...
Ian Rubenstrunk will speak on a webinar panel for the Minnesota State Bar Association, “The Rules They Are a Changin’ – A Discussion of the Proposed Rules and Forms Amendments.” The presentation will cover the proposed restyling of and amendments to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure ahead of the February 16, 2021, deadline for ...
Tuesday, January 19, 20216:00 PM - 7:00 PM CT
Ian Rubenstrunk will serve as a panelist at the Minnesota CLE 2020 Bankruptcy Institute, presenting on the topic, “Notice is Not Service – How to Save a Tree, Time and Get It Right!. ” Both the Federal and Local Rules address this often confusing distinction which exists even beyond the differences in proceedings in the ...
October 9, 202010:15 a.m.
By: Daniel C. Beck, Michael A. Rosow, Kristopher "Tip" Lee, Anton J Moch, Thomas J. Kettleson, Ian M. Rubenstrunk and Mary S. Riverso
Our Creditors' Remedies attorneys answer the most asked questions from their clients.
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