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Subchapter V – the Super New Tool for Small Business Debtors

Total Credits: 1.0 Bankruptcy Specialization, 1.0 CLE

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Grant L Cartwright |  Christopher C Simpson |  Joseph E Cotterman |  Edward K Bernatavicius
Original Program Date:
Apr 08, 2021


As every bankruptcy practitioner knows well, Subchapter V is all the rage. Well, lucky you, the Bankruptcy Section is hosting a terrific panel on the current case law under Subchapter V, featuring Subchapter V Trustees, Christopher Simpson and Joseph Cotterman, and Edward Bernatavicius of the United States Trustee’s Office. Grant Cartwright will moderate the panel. You’ll get to hear the unique perspectives of Subchapter V Trustees and the United States Trustee’s Office, all in one panel. They’ll walk you through the main areas of contention in a Subchapter V case. 

Grant Cartwright, May Potenza, Baran, & Gillespie, P.C.
Chris Simpson, Stinson, LLP, subchapter V Trustee
Joe Cotterman, Gallagher & Kennedy, subchapter V Trustee
Ed Bernatavicius, Office of United States Trustee



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United States Trustee

Edward K. Bernatavicius is a trial attorney with the Office of the United States Trustee where he concentrates on a full spectrum of bankruptcy issues concerning consumer and commercial bankruptcy law. 


Mr. Bernatavicius is a forming member and the President the Arizona Bankruptcy American Inn of Court.  He is also a member of the Ninth Circuit Advisory Committee to the American Inn of Court. Mr. Bernatavicius was the 2012 & 2013 Co-Chair of the Ethics Committee for the Bankruptcy Section Seminar for the Arizona State Bar Convention. He has twice chaired the Bankruptcy Section Seminar for the Arizona State Bar and is the former United States Trustee liaison to the Bankruptcy Executive Committee for the Arizona State Bar.


Mr. Bernatavicius enjoys speaking on bankruptcy matters, volunteering his time on special projects like the Arizona District Court’s Court Works: Kids to Court, and being a peer mentor for people with disabilities.