When there's not enough money to go around, we work creatively to make the best of our limitations.
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The John Marshall Law School, J.D., 2012
University of Colorado Boulder, B.A., English and Political Science, 2008
Having worked in every sector of bankruptcy – a Chapter 11 debtor’s firm, the Bankruptcy Court, the U.S. Trustee’s Office, and now Winthrop – I have seen issues from every perspective and have experience with all sides of the arguments involved. In the creditors’ remedies world, creativity is a necessity to serve the interests of clients and ensure the matter reaches a successful conclusion. I take my past experiences and all the ways matters have been resolved, and apply that to helping my clients develop a creative solution that fits their business and goals.
Outside of work, I enjoy going to see stand-up comedy, going to concerts and working on getting my golf handicap down to the single digits.
I focus my practice on Creditors’ Remedies and Bankruptcy, which includes a variety of distressed financial transactions and litigation matters. In the bankruptcy context, I have extensive experience with novel and complex issues including: first day motions, § 363 asset sales, trustee’s standing for various litigation matters, contested Chapter 11 plan confirmation, substantive consolidation, as well as other issues in litigation arising from a multi-billion dollar Ponzi scheme.
In addition to bankruptcy, I also have experience with foreclosure, receivership, and collection matters in state and federal court on behalf of all types of creditors. I have handled matters including real estate foreclosures for commercial lenders, replevin of personal property, actions to appoint a receiver, foreclosing mechanic’s liens on abandon property, cancelling contracts-for-deed, post-judgment collection and discovery, and due diligence for secured lenders, including perfecting a preferred ships mortgage, among others.
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.
Co-chair, Secured Credit Committee