Engelman Berger attorneys Michael Rolland and Brad Pack will be attending and participating in the State Bar of Arizona’s Annual Convention on June 28th. Michael Rolland’s presentation, organized by the Arizona Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, will be at 2:25-3:30PM on Friday, June 28th. He will be part of a nine-member ethics panel, including an Arizona Bankruptcy Court Judge Daniel Collins, where he will present legal analysis on timely ethical issues confronting the modern bankruptcy attorney.
Bradley Pack will be presenting from 11am-noon on “Commercial Case Law Update and Hot Topics” as part of a panel that includes Retired District of Arizona Bankruptcy Court Judge Sarah Sharer Curley and District of New Mexico Bankruptcy Court Judge David T. Thuma. Mr. Pack’s portion of the presentation will focus on emerging trends in the appellate doctrine of equitable mootness, both in the Ninth Circuit and nationwide.
The State Bar of Arizona is a non-profit organization that operates under the Arizona Supreme Court. Formed in 1933, the Bar regulates approximately 18,500 active attorneys and provides legal based educational and developmental programs to the Arizona public. The Bar’s mission states that it “exists to serve and protect the public with respect to the provisional legal services and access to justice.”