My experience in Creditors’ Remedies and Bankruptcy primarily focuses on foreclosures, receiverships, bankruptcies, and litigation involving financial transactions, but it is not uncommon that a single matter may touch on two or more of these areas before it is resolved. In the foreclosure space, I have represented banks, and other lenders, in connection with commercial foreclosures of a variety of property types, both in and out of court. I have been involved in many receivership matters, both on behalf of the lender seeking their appointment, as well as serving as counsel to the receiver and assisting the receiver in its duties. In the bankruptcy context, I have represented a wide variety of constituents including landlords, secured lenders, lessors, asset buyers, preference defendants, and unsecured creditors.
Prior to joining Winthrop, I served for five years as Judicial Clerk to Chief Judge Gregory F. Kishel and Judge William J. Fisher, both of the United States Bankruptcy Court in the District of Minnesota.