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Bankruptcy Law Section

About the Section

 

The purpose of the section is to educate and inform the section membership on legal and related topics of interest and concern to attorneys practicing bankruptcy law.  To provide an effective forum for the exchange of ideas, views and information common or unique to bankruptcy law.   To explore methods and procedures to facilitate and improve the relationship and communicate between the bench and bankruptcy bar. To represent and foster professionalism within the legal community and the community at large, and specifically, bankruptcy practice. This may include proposals and support for legislation, court rules and procedures, and appropriate guidelines. To facilitate social relationships among section members.

Mentoring Program: If you are interested in being matched with a mentor bankruptcy attorney, or if you are a seasoned bankruptcy attorney who is willing to serve as a mentor for our program, please email Jonathan Simon at Jonathan.Simon@Lane-Nach.com.

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Section Membership

 

To attend meetings and events with networking opportunities and receive a discount on all CLE programs the section sponsors, join the section today for just $35. Please contact (602) 257-4200 or membership@maricopabar.org.

Meetings

 

The section's Executive Board generally meets on the third Wednesday of every month at the MCBA office. Any member of the section is welcome to attend. 

BANKRUPTCY SECTION
BOARD MEMBERS

CRAIG FRIEDRICHS
Quarles & Brady LLP

JONATHAN SIMON
Lane & Nach

TYLER GRIM
Thorpe Shwer, P.C.

ANTHONY CALI
Stinson Leonard Street

BRYAN PERKINSON
Sonoran Capital Advisors

PATRICK KEERY
Keery McCue, PLLC

ROB WILLIAMS
Gust Rosenfeld, P.L.C.

TRISH STUHAN
Gust Rosenfeld, P.L.C.

MICHAEL THRALL
Catalyst Legal Group

MICHAEL DIGIACOMO
Ballard Spahr, LLP

MOLLY KJARTANSON
Quarles & Brady LLP

HELEN SANTILLI
Ellett Law Offices, P.C.

SARA WITTHOFT
Witthoft Derksen, P.C.

CRAIG BOLTON
The Special Assets Attorneys, PLLC

TRACY ESSIG
Essig Law