Bankruptcy education available to state judges through the NCBJ’s “Bench-to-Bench” program

first_img June 15, 2011 Regular News Bankruptcy education available to state judges through the NCBJ’s “Bench-to-Bench” program Bankruptcy education available to state judges through the NCBJ’s “Bench-to-Bench” programcenter_img The National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges provides an informal program for state court judges to obtain bankruptcy education and answers.Known as “Bench to Bench” or “Bench-Bench” outreach to state court judges and sponsored by the Public Outreach Committee of the NCBJ, the program provides and develops materials to assist state court judges with bankruptcy issues that impact their cases.In addition, from time to time, participating bankruptcy judges will collaborate with their state court counterparts to plan educational gatherings followed by social time. Sometimes the interaction between the two benches is simply a matter of bankruptcy judges’ making it known that they are available for telephone conferences when a thorny bankruptcy issue arises in a state court case.For more information about the program, visit www.ncbj.org/project.html and scroll down to “Outreach to State Court Judges.” Materials are available at this link: www.ncbj.org/OutreachtoStateCourtJudgesMaterials.htm. For more information and to discuss setting up an educational meeting/social gathering, state court judges in Florida may contact Bankruptcy Judge Laurel M. Isicoff (Southern District of Florida), NCBJ POC chair, at [email protected], or Bankruptcy Judge Catherine Peek McEwen (Middle District of Florida), NCBJ POC committee member, at [email protected]last_img read more

Conceptum handles autoclave shipment

first_imgThe components, the largest of which weighed 140 tons (127 tonnes), were loaded onto specialised trucks at the shipper’s factory for overnight transportation to the loading quay on an inland waterway channel.The components were loaded onto a barge under the supervision and coordination of Conceptum Logistics Hamburg.The cargoes were subsequently transported to Antwerp for direct loading onto a seagoing vessel. Once safely stowed and lashed, the autoclave components were transported to the port of Shanghai.conceptum-logistics.comlast_img

Aaron Wan-Bissaka Finalises Move to Manchester United After Woeful EURO U-21 Championship Campaign

first_imgCrystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka is set to join Manchester United in a deal worth up to £50million.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are attempting to kick-start their summer rebuild by signing the talented 21-year-old right-back, having so far only brought in Daniel James from Swansea.It is understood significant progress was made during talks between United and Palace on Tuesday, with an initial fee of £45million agreed along with a further £5million in add-ons.A medical will be sorted sooner rather than later to complete the signing of Wan-Bissaka, who is seen behind the scenes at Old Trafford as someone that will fit in Solskjaer’s style and get fans on their feet – even as a right-back.A young, exciting talent, United have worked solidly to reach an agreement with Palace and are now looking to make more additions that will complement the current squad.Wan-Bissaka’s return from the Under-21 European Championship should smooth the final stages of the deal, although his role in England’s group-stage exit is not something he will want reminding of.The right-back endured a difficult time in Italy, where Aidy Boothroyd overlooked him for the Young Lions’ last two group matches after his late own goal in the opener against France led to a 2-1 loss.RelatedWilfried Zaha Informs Crystal Palace of His Departure with an £80m Price TagMay 16, 2019In “Transfers”Mason Mount Set For England Senior Call UpAugust 28, 2019In “England”Done Deal: Crystal Palace Signs Fosu-Mensah From Manchester UnitedAugust 10, 2017In “England”last_img read more