A Note from the Loyola VIII Co-Chairs:

We are very excited to announce that the Loyola VIII Symposium will be held January 23-24, 2020 at the Renaissance Newport Beach Hotel in Orange County. The program will focus on the impact of the economy on the receivership industry and will feature emerging-area, high-level presentations.

Chris Thornberg, founder of Beacon Economics, will be the Keynote Speaker following the Welcome Dinner on Thursday, January 23.  Chris is an expert in economic and revenue forecasting, regional economics, economic policy, and labor and real estate markets.  He became nationally known for forecasting the subprime mortgage market crash that began in 2007, and was one of the few economists on record to predict the global economic recession that followed.

The Friday, January 24 Keynote Speaker will focus on federal equity receiverships, and how they can be more advantageous than bankruptcy, or state court actions, in a variety of businesses and economic climates. We are honored to have Houston attorney Zack Clement, who has led numerous financial restructuring transactions and insolvency litigation matters during his 40 years of law practice at Sidley, Weil and Fulbright in Houston.

Other programs will include “Ask the Receiver”, an expert-led panel that will address the most interesting and significant questions submitted by Symposium participants. Additional sessions include cannabis, post-judgment receiverships, federal law and Rule 66, and health and safety and the California housing crisis.

The Symposium will also feature more than ten sponsored luncheon table discussions on a variety of contemporary topics for newer or veteran receivers and their counsel.

Be sure to reserve the dates of January 23-24, 2020 on your calendar, and join us at the Loyola VIII Symposium!


Loyola VIII Symposium Co-Chairs