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Philadelphia

It’s your support that makes this event a success.

50 Words LLC

Fesnak and Associates, LLP

NachmanHaysBrownstein, Inc.

ABF Journal

Flaster/Greenberg, P.C.

Special Situations Group, NatCity/SSG

Amper, Politziner & Mattia, LLP

Forman Holt Eliades & Ravin LLC

New York Institute of Credit

Archer & Greiner, P.C.

Ashby & Geddes

Beane Associates, Inc.

Blank Rome LLP

Bridge Associates LLC

CBIZ / Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C.

Cohen Seltzer, Inc.

Deeb Petrakis Blum & Murphy P.C.

Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, LLP

Epiq Systems

Executive Sounding Board Associates Inc.

FTI Consulting

Gold Gocial Gerstein, LLC

Gordon Brothers Group

Great American Appraisal and

Valuation Services

J.H. Cohn LLP

Keltic Financial Services

Lamm Rubenstone LLC

LBC Credit Partners, Inc.

Mesirow Financial Consulting, LLC

Mitts Milavec, LLC

Phoenix Management Services/

Phoenix Capital Resources

Saul Ewing LLP

SMART Business Advisory and

Consulting, LLC

Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP

Tranzon Real Estate Auctions

Wachovia Capital Finance,

a Wells Fargo Company

Wiss & Company, LLP

THE

SEVENTH ANNUAL

Cancellation and Substitution

Policy

You will not be eligible for any type

of refund or credit should you need

to cancel your registration. This

cancellation policy applies to all

registrants regardless of when the

registration form is submitted.

Substitutions are permitted at any

time. Substitutions must be

submitted in writing (e-mail is

acceptable). Substitutions will not be

reviewed or processed until they are

received in writing. Phone substitutions

will not be accepted. The substitute

must be from the same firm as the

original registrant, and the substitution

notice must contain accurate contact

information for the new registrant;

otherwise, TMA cannot guarantee an

accurate listing on the registration list.

Please note that substitutions made

after May 15, 2009, may not be

reflected on the registration list.

Substitutions must be of the same

registration category (i.e., member,

non-member); otherwise, the

substitute will be invoiced for the

difference in registration fee. In the

case of a spouse/guest substitution,

the new registrant must be a spouse/

guest of a member of the same firm

(spouse/guest registration is

transferable within the same firm).

Complaint Policy

For more information regarding

complaints and/or the cancellation and

substitution policy, contact Andrea

Pauson at (215) 657-5551.

Continuing Professional Education

(CPE) accreditation

The Philadelphia Chapter of the

Turnaround Management Association is

registered with the National

Association of State Boards of

Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of

continuing professional education on

the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.

State boards of accountancy have final

authority on the acceptance of

individual courses for CPE credit

Complaints regarding registered

sponsors may be addressed to the

National Registry of CPE Sponsors,

150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700,

Nashville, TN, 37219-2417.

Web Site: www.nasba.org

Earn Up to Three CPE Credits.

Program Level: Basic

Program Pre-Requisites: None

Advanced preparation required: None

Delivery Method: Group-live

–CLE credits have been applied for.

Philadelphia • New Jersey • Chesapeake

MID ATLANTIC

REGIONAL SYMPOSIUM

Wednesday through Friday,

June 3-5, 2009

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa

One Borgata Way

Atlantic City, New Jersey

www.theborgata.com

For more information about the event, contact any one of the following committee members:

William J. Burnett 215-279-9383 william.burnett@flastergreenberg.com

David E. Fraimow 215-972-8904 dfraimow@lbccredit.com

Harvey Gross 212-551-7920 info@nyic.org

Jeffrey C. Hampton* 215-972-7118 jhampton@saul.com

Robert D. Katz 215-568-5788 rdkatz@esba.com

Richard M. Kremen 410-580-4191 richard.kremen@dlapiper.com

Anthony L. Lamm 215-638-9330 alamm@lammrubenstone.com

Linda A. McDonough* 610-631-5702 lmcdonough@50wordsmarketing.com

Jennifer Rabinowitz 914-418-1251 jrabinowitz@kelticfinancial.com

Stephen B. Ravin 201-845-1000 sravin@formanlaw.com

* For sponsorship opportunities contact Jeffrey Hampton or Linda McDonough

Overall Event Sponsors:


Join the Philadelphia, New Jersey and Chesapeake Chapters

for education, networking and fun!

Jeffrey C. Hampton

Saul Ewing LLP

On behalf of the Committee, it is our pleasure to

invite you to attend the Seventh Annual Mid-Atlantic

Regional Symposium at the Borgata Hotel Casino

and Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Last year we welcomed over 300 attendees, and this

year’s Symposium promises to offer something for

everyone. The Conference kicks off on Wednesday

afternoon with a Networking and Luncheon event at

the fabulous Immersion Spa at The Borgata Water

Club. Arriving guests are invited to visit the Welcome

Hospitality Suite and Silent Auction benefiting the Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Philadelphia & Susquehanna Valley. On

Wednesday evening, boost your spirits at the Financial Blues Buster Networking Event at Gypsy Bar.

Thursday’s agenda is filled with educational sessions including two outstanding keynote sessions. Beth Ann Bovino, Senior

Economist at Standard & Poor’s and co-author of the weekly Financial Notes and Weekly Economics Call, will open

Thursday’s educational sessions with her insights on the “State of the Economy”. During lunch, the Disney Institute will

present “Leading through Turbulent Times”. In this engaging session, you’ll learn proven business philosophies that

will provide creative ways to weather the economic climate and effectively meet the challenges of today’s business

environment. Afternoon panel presentations include “Boscov’s: A Case Study of a Successful Outcome in a Retail

Chapter 11” involving a panel of professionals who were involved in the case as well as an encore performance by the TMA

Players, “The Credit Bust: The Facts or Fiction behind the CLOs Collateral”. Top off Thursday evening with a Gala Cocktail

Reception at Mixx Nightclub and Dessert Soiree at mur.mur.

We will close the Conference with our golf outing on Friday. Join us at the four-star Harbor Pines Golf Club for a relaxing

morning networking with friends and colleagues.

We are most grateful to the Symposium Committee, who gave tirelessly to the development of our outstanding educational

program. Of course, the conference would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors, listed throughout

the brochure. We look forward to seeing you in Atlantic City!

Who should attend?

The 7th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Symposium is a must for all professionals with a stake in the corporate renewal

process, including crisis management professionals, lenders, attorneys, investors, venture capitalists, investment bankers,

appraisers, liquidators, auctioneers, financial providers, financial advisors and interim corporate managers.

About the TMA

The Turnaround Management Association (www.turnaround.org) is the only international non-profit association

dedicated to corporate renewal and turnaround management. With international headquarters in Chicago, TMA

has nearly 9,000 members in 43 regional chapters. Members adhere to a code of ethics specifying high standards of

professionalism, integrity and competence. Its Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP) program recognizes

professional excellence and provides an objective measure of expertise related to workouts, restructurings and

corporate renewal.

Robert D. Katz

Executive Sounding

Board Associates Inc.

Linda McDonough

50 Words LLC

Cooler Bag Sponsor: SMART Business Advisory and Consulting, LLC; Lanyard Sponsor: LBC Credit Partners, Inc.;

Sun Kit Sponsor: CBIZ/Mayer Hoffman & McCann P.C.;

Beach Towel Sponsors: Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, LLP, Flaster/Greenberg P.C. and Epiq Systems;

Beach Bag Giveaway Item Sponsors: Bridge Associates LLC and Forman Holt Eliades & Ravin LLC

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

11:30-3:30 p.m.

Optional Networking and Luncheon Event at the

Immersion Spa at The Borgata Water Club

Sponsored by: Keltic Financial Services

Spa Luncheon sponsored by: 50 Words LLC

4:00-7:00 p.m.

Welcome Hospitality Suite and Silent Auction

Sponsored by: Great American Appraisal and

Valuation Services

9:00-11:00 p.m.

Financial Blues Buster Networking Event at Gypsy Bar

Thursday, June 4, 2009

8:00-9:30 a.m.

Breakfast

Sponsored by: Archer & Greiner, P.C.

9:30-10:30 a.m.

Diverse Professionals and Young Professionals

Coffee Reception and Silent Auction

Sponsored by: Wachovia Capital Finance,

a Wells Fargo Company

10:30-11:30 a.m.

“State of the Economy” presented by Beth Ann

Bovino, Senior Economist with Standard & Poor’s

Sponsored by: Amper, Politziner & Mattia, LLP

11:30-1:45 p.m.

Luncheon Program & Keynote Presentation

Featuring The Disney Institute’s “Leading

through Turbulent Times”

Luncheon Sponsored by: Wiss & Company, LLP and

Cohen Seltzer, Inc.

Keynote Sponsored by: Fesnak and Associates, LLP

1:45-3:00 p.m.

Education Session:

“A Case Study of a Successful Outcome in a

Retail Chapter 11”

• Brad B. Erens, Partner, Jones Day

• Richard S. Kanowitz, Partner, Cooley Godward

Kronish LLP

• Claudia Z. Springer, Partner, Reed Smith LLP

• J. Scott Victor, Senior Managing Director,

Special Situations Group, NatCity/SSG

Sponsored by: J.H. Cohn LLP

Thursday, June 4, 2009 continued

3:00-3:15 p.m.

Coffee & Networking Break

Sponsored by: Ashby & Geddes

3:15-4:30 p.m.

Education Session: “The Credit Bust:

The Facts or Fiction behind the CLOs Collateral”

as presented by the TMA Players:

• Richard S. Infantino, Senior Manager,

Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP

• Nicholas B. Jalowski, Managing Director, Cambridge

Financial Services LLC

• Lawrence E. Klaff, Managing Director, Gordon

Brothers Merchant Partners

• Leon A. La Rossa, Jr., Partner, Amper, Politziner

& Mattia, LLP

• Anthony L. Lamm, Managing Partner,

Lamm Rubenstone LLC

• Stephen B. Ravin, Partner, Forman Holt Eliades

& Ravin LLC

• John P. Reilly, President and Chief Executive Officer,

Keltic Financial Services

Sponsored by: Deeb Petrakis Blum & Murphy P.C.

6:00-8:00 p.m.

Gala Cocktail Reception at Mixx

Sponsored by: Executive Sounding Board Associates Inc.

and Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP

10:00 p.m.-Midnight

Dessert Soiree at the TMA at Mur Mur

Sponsored by: Mesirow Financial Consulting, LLC

Friday, June 5, 2009

7:00-10:00 a.m.

Breakfast

Sponsored by: FTI Consulting, Inc.

9:00 a.m.

Optional Golf Event at Harbor Pines Golf Club,

Egg Harbor Township, NJ

(Practice range and greens open at 8:00 a.m.)

Event sponsored by: Lamm Rubenstone LLC

Golf Ball Sponsor: Blank Rome LLP

Golf Contest Sponsors: Beane Associates, Inc.,

NachmanHaysBrownstein, Inc.,

TMA Philadelphia Chapter


Meet “State of the Economy”

speaker Beth Ann Bovino,

Senior Economist at

Standard & Poor’s.

Experience the

Business behind the Magic.

“Leading Through

Turbulent Times.”

Network and Rejuvenate.

Presented by:

VIP private spa event

© Disney

Beth Ann Bovino is a senior economist at Standard &

Poor’s, based in New York. In this position, she works

with David Wyss, the chief economist, on S&P’s economic

forecasts and publications, and co-authors the weekly

Financial Notes and Weekly Economics Call.

Beth Ann has created Industry Drivers reports for analyst

research. She is quoted regularly in the press and has

appeared on many major television programs. Further,

she has written many articles for popular and professional

publications.

Prior to joining Standard and Poor’s in February 2004,

Beth Ann spent over ten years doing economic and market

research with Sungard Institutional Brokerage, UBS

Warburg, and the Federal Reserve.

Beth Ann holds a PhD in Economics from Columbia

University, a Master’s in International and Development

Economics from Yale University, and a BS in Economics

from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Professional Development Doesn’t Cost. It Pays.

A down economy can be a time for caution. It can

also be a chance to outpace your competition.

That’s why we’ve created a brand new engaging

program, “Leading through Turbulent Times.”

In true Disney Institute style, you’ll experience a

highly interactive format along with Disney stories

designed to motivate and inspire. In this engaging

session, you’ll learn proven business philosophies

that will provide creative ways to weather the

economic climate and effectively meet the challenges

of today’s business environment.

In this program, you will explore the best practices

that underlie the Disney approach to sustained

excellence during turbulent times. These strategies

can easily be adapted to any organization or industry

to help retain customers, engage employees, and

position the organization for future success. You’ll

learn how to:

• Lead with vision while managing with discipline

• Create and sustain a high performance culture

• Enhance the customer experience through

employee engagement

• Nurture brand relationships

• Learn and grow from the experience

Participants will leave with a blueprint for building

a strong business foundation to weather today’s

turbulent times

Networking and Luncheon - 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Spa Treatments begin at 1:00 p.m.

Join us for a relaxing and invigorating event at Atlantic City’s premiere Spa. You’ll not only get to meet and greet your

fellow professionals, but you (men and women) can also sample spectacular spa treatments like:

• Personalized Facial – A facial that is highly personalized. Deep cleansing enzyme treatment, aromatherapy, acupoint

massage on face, and firming care around the eyes and hands. 50 minutes

• Deluxe Men’s Facial- A facial designed for men’s skin. This facial deeply cleanses, energizes and fortifies the skin

leaving it velvety smooth. 50 minutes

• Traditional Massage- A light to medium pressure massage to refresh tired

muscles. 50 minutes

• Deep Tissue Massage – A firm pressure massage that addresses

constrictions with the deepest layers of the muscle. 50 minutes

• Bindi Body Rejuvenation – A rejuvenation ritual of India begins with a body

mask, and a vigorous exfoliation, followed by a warm herb infused oilation

massage and finished with steamed towel compress for the whole body.

50 minutes

Attendees will have access to the spa area which has fully appointed lounges,

a steam room, deluge shower, whirlpools and cold plunge.

Relaxing in the 80’ indoor lap pool with sweeping views of the ocean or

work-out in a gym that provides panoramic ocean and bay views with the

latest cardio and workout technology.


Hit the links at

Harbor Pines Golf Club.

Registration

Register with a credit card online at: www.tmaphila.org

Or submit registration form:

Event sponsored by:

LAMM RUBENSTONE LLC

Practice greens and range open at 8:00 a.m.

Harbor Pines Golf Club is a world class, 4-star, daily fee golf course in southern New Jersey—just minutes south

of Atlantic City’s casinos and boardwalk. Rated best course conditions in South Jersey, Harbor Pines is everyone’s

favorite place to play.

The parkland-style course winds around the perimeter of a 520-acre heavily-wooded site providing undisturbed

enjoyment of each hole. Only the 1st, 9th and 18th holes provide parallel play as they intersect at the clubhouse.

The 12 strategically located ponds (17 acres of water) add picturesque charm to

the course. Only two ponds require a carry shot—most run laterally along the

fairways to heighten the challenge and the beauty of the course without

unfairly testing the average golfer.

After a relaxing day on the links, kick back and enjoy the spectacular

20,000 sq. ft. clubhouse along with Harbor Pines’ unequalled

personalized service.

The Harbor Pines Golf Club is located at:

500 St. Andrews Drive, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey 08234 T: 609-927-0006 / www.harborpines.com

From Atlantic City:

• Take the Atlantic City Expressway to Exit 7

(Garden State Parkway south)

• Proceed to Exit 36.

• Follow directions above, from Points North.

• Take the Garden State Parkway south to Exit 36

(Tilton Road).

• At first traffic light turn right onto Fire Road

(651 south; follow brown sign for golf course).

• At fourth traffic light go right onto Zion Road

(Route 615).

Full Name _________________________________________________________

Goes by/nickname (for badge) _________________________________________

Company __________________________________________________________

Address ___________________________________________________________

City _____________________________ State _________ Zip ______________

Phone ___________________________ E-mail ___________________________

TMA Chapter_____________________________________________________

First time attendee at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Symposium

Special needs _________________________________________________

Registration Fees

On or before April 30, 2009 After April 30, 2009

TMA Member $350 TMA Member $395

Non-TMA Member $395 Non-TMA Member $450

At the Door (no exceptions) $495

Spouse/Guest Rate $225 (Rate includes admission to Breakfast on Thursday and

Friday, Gala Cocktail Reception and Soiree at the TMA. TMA members not eligible

for Spouse/Guest rate. Spouse/Guest rate available only if accompanying full

conference registrant.)

Full Spouse/Guest Name ________________________________________

Optional Activities (Full conference registrants only)

Golf Tournament—$155/person

(Includes 18 holes and box lunch. Limited to first 100 paid registrants.)

Networking and Luncheon at Immersion Spa at the Water Club—$195/person

Desired treatment _____________________________________________

Spa Questions? Contact Jennifer Rabinowitz, 914-418-1251

To reserve a room at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, call 1-866-My Borgata (1-866-692-6742).

Mention Turnaround Management Association to receive the specially negotiated rate of

$174/night for a luxurious room. These rates are only guaranteed through Friday, May 8, 2009.

TMA cannot guarantee that the room block or hotel will not sell out before then.

TMA requires that a conference registration form (including payment) be received prior

to making a hotel reservation. TMA reserves the right to terminate the hotel reservation

of any individual who does not comply with this policy.

• At first light turn left onto Ocean Heights Avenue

(Alt. 559).

Harbor Pines is on the right, one mile.

Please make checks payable to Philadelphia TMA

Send check and completed registration to: Ms. Andrea Pauson, Executive Director/Administrator

c/o: Turnaround Management Association 3213 Ayr Lane, Dresher, PA 19025

P: 215-657-5551 F: 215-657-1964 E: palady0606@aol.com

Philadelphia

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