Partner Harley S. Means recently attended the three day National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees (“NACTT”) 52nd annual seminar in Seattle, Washington. At this event distinguished speakers from throughout the country including current and former bankruptcy judges, Chapter 13 Trustees, law professors, and attorneys representing mortgage and automobile finance companies spoke concerning Chapter 13 case law updates from around the country. Topics discussed included matters relating to representation of secured creditors, unsecured creditors, debtors and trustees.
ABOUT THE NACTT
The NACTT was founded by 34 Chapter XIII trustees in 1965. Currently, more than 200 Chapter 13 standing trustees serve in the 50 states and Puerto Rico. Today, the NACTT has grown to more than 1,000 members whose membership consists of trustees, bankruptcy judges, lawyers for debtors and creditors, certified public accountants and other insolvency related professionals.
The organization is dedicated to the highest standards of education related to Chapter 13 bankruptcy and education is the focal point of the NACTT’s annual seminar. http://www.nactt.com/