SIOUX CITY -- The Goosmann Law Firm announced CEO and managing partner Jeana Goosmann and attorney Elizabeth M. Lally both presented at the recent American Bankruptcy Institute’s 37th Annual Midwestern Bankruptcy Institute Conference in Kansas City.
Goosmann served as an advisory board member and helped develop this year’s conference, which had more than a dozen bankruptcy, district, and appellate judges in attendance and included sessions on today’s most relevant bankruptcy specific topics including appeals, fraud, and ethics.
Goosmann also moderated a panel on the “Practical Ethical Pitfalls in Chapter 11 Representations.” The panel discussed common ethical issues facing practitioners in a Chapter 11 case.
Lally also presented on the unique ethical considerations of social media facing today’s bankruptcy attorneys. Lally’s session, “Litigators Behaving Badly: Ethics and Trial Tactics,” featured an in-depth discussion of what to do when you are in the middle of “Litigators Gone Wild” while still maintaining your ethics and your cool.