The American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) is a nonpartisan research association and organization that educates its members, Congress and the public on bankruptcy issues. Achieving American Board Certification (ABC) means you have met the rigorous, objective standards of a top professional in the areas of bankruptcy and/or creditors rights. The ABC Exam is the essential step in the process, and this 5-part on-demand course will prepare you to pass the test. American Bankruptcy Institute 66 Canal Center Plaza, Suite Alexandria, VA Call Us () Fax ()
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Real Estate. SEC Issues. Small Business. Turnaround Issues. Unsecured Trade Creditors. Marijuana-Related Businesses. Litigation Finance. Government Benefits. Supply Chain. The ABI also provides grants to scholars researching insolvency issues and offers consumer education through its online Consumer Bankruptcy Center.
The ABI primarily provides education by analyzing proposed legislation, publishing books, maintaining an informational website, providing information to journalists, publishing its ABI Journal 10 times a year and its ABI Law Review twice a year, and holding national and regional conferences that provide continuing education to bankruptcy professionals.
The ABI does not lobby Congress. The ABI is normally called on to testify before Congress, analyze proposed bills and carry out occasional briefings for Congressional committees and legislative staff. Further, it acts as a publisher for educational content for the insolvency practitioner and for the dedicated individuals who want to research and educate on matters of insolvency.
The digital ABI platform generates and communicates information on global insolvency and insolvency opinions, and also maintains and upkeeps an insolvency-related blog, online educational sessions and its published journal. The ABI also offers consumer-specific information for those who are interested in gaining personal knowledge about bankruptcy and the alternatives to bankruptcy.
The Consumer Bankruptcy Center, found at Consumer. The ABI Consumer Bankruptcy Center lists commonly asked questions and answers in regards to the consumer bankruptcy process. It provides individual consumers with links to credit counseling agencies and a free online version of the current Bankruptcy Code. This was the last hearing before compiling the report of recommendations to be released at the end of the year. Click here to read written statements and watch hearings.
Click here to read prepared statements. The Commission invited stakeholders attending the event to request time to make an oral statement at this public meeting, and in addition to submit a written statement to the Commission. Skip to main content. To access the full report, please click here To access a summary of key findings, please click here Commission leadership discussed key findings at the unveiling of the Final Report on an April December 1, Hearings during the winter leadership conference in Palm springs, Calif.