Friday, April 30, 2021

12:00 PM-1:00 PM

Online
  • Government/Non-Profit Member $20.00
  • Judge Member $0.00
  • LBA Solo Section $25.00
  • LBA YLS Member $15.00
  • Member $40.00
  • Non-Member $80.00
  • Paralegal Member $15.00
  • Sustaining Member $36.00

April 29, 2021 11:00 PM

A reservation is required in advance of the program. Registrants will receive a confirmation e-mail the day before the event which will contain a link to join the meeting via Zoom and attachments of the handout material and CLE activity code and instruction on how to file with the Ky Bar Association (PDF files).

Hosted by the LBA Bankruptcy Law Section.

This program will be a review of the mission and priorities of the U.S. Trustee to enhance fairness and transparency in the bankruptcy process.

Topics will include:

  • Provide an overview of the origins and present state of the U.S. Trustee and its Louisville office.
  • Role of the UST in chapter 11 cases including SBRA cases.
  • How to refer bankruptcy fraud and potential criminals matters to the UST.
  • Selected UST Actions to Address Underperforming Professionals and Creditor Abuse.
  • Tips for Communicating with the UST’s office on means test and other chapter 7 issues.

Speaker: Paul A. Randolph, U.S. Department of Justice

About the speaker:
Paul A. Randolph, U.S. Department of Justice
Acting United States Trustee, Region 8 (Kentucky and Tennessee)

Paul A. Randolph has served as the Acting United States Trustee for Region 8 (Kentucky and Tennessee) following his appointment by the U.S. Attorney General in 2018, and he has been the Assistant United States Trustee for the Eastern District of Missouri since 2004. He was a Trial Attorney for nearly 15 years in the U.S. Trustee's office in Phoenix, Arizona, a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney for bankruptcy fraud matters, and Acting Assistant U.S. Trustee for the Peoria office of Region 10. Mr. Randolph received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1987 and his B.S. with Honors from Lindenwood University. He was engaged in the private practice of law with a large Arizona law firm prior to joining the U.S. Trustee. Mr. Randolph has engaged in outreach and community service during his career including the Haven of Grace Women’s Shelter in St. Louis, the Mound City Bar Association, the National Bar Association, and the non-profit Cinema St. Louis. He was Chair of the Bankruptcy Law Section of the Arizona Bar in the early 2000s. Mr. Randolph is a frequent speaker on bankruptcy related topics and has worked throughout his career to advance inclusion and diversity initiatives in the legal practice. His recognitions include a U.S. Department of Justice Pro Bono Service Award and a distinguished member award from Region VIII of the National Bar Association.

Contact: Paul.A.Randolph@usdoj.gov
Work Cell: 202-590-8690

Bankruptcy Law Section Leadership:
Brian JK Sisto, Frost Brown Todd
Gina M. Young, Dentons

Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be received by the LBA 24 hours in advance to receive a credit or refund. Substitutes will be allowed. This is a LIVE program and any post-event recordings will be subject to the On-Demand fee(s).

Credit Status: Pending
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