Clark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon to Present on Chapter 9 Municipal Bankruptcy and Workouts at American Law Institute CLE Conference “Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers,” September 11, 2015
Birmingham, MI – Clark Hill attorney Robert D. Gordon will present “Pensions and Municipal Workouts and Bankruptcy – Important Concepts and Issues for Public Pension Attorneys (Plus the Detroit Perspective)” at the American Law Institute’s Continuing Legal Education Conference entitled “Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers” on September 11, 2015, in Washington, D.C.
The conference will provide a comprehensive program focusing on the many special issues of tax-exempt and governmental employers. Key topics will be addressed by an expert faculty panel that is expected to include seven current Federal government officials.
Gordon is a member of Clark Hill’s Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice Group. He focuses his practice in the areas of corporate and public-sector reorganization, bankruptcy and insolvency-related matters, debtor and creditor rights, workouts, and related commercial litigation.
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