For my part, I always look forward to the Wisdom Literature sections. This year there is a session devoted to discussing David Clines' Job commentary. The long-awaited third volume on chapters 38-42 must be forthcoming; although, I can find no mention of it at Thomas Nelson's website. It is, however, available for pre-order here with a 10/29/09 release date.
I've also noted that one of the Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew sections is again stacked with UW-Madison people - 1 professor and 2 alumni.
Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew
John A. Cook, Asbury Theological Seminary
Reconsidering the so-called vav consecutive (35 min)
Robert D. Holmstedt,
Tripartite Nominal Clause or Pronominal Copula? (35 min)
Jacobus A. Naude, University of the
Quantification in Biblical hebrew. The scope of the quantifier kol (35 min)
Cynthia L. Miller, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Pronominal Reference and Vocative Expressions (35 min)
Too bad the dates and times aren't up at all yet. Usually I make plans for papers I'd like to hear and then they all get stacked in the same few time slots.