Quick said, “While at first success meant finding my path in the professional world and building my reputation, it now means that I have the ability to make room for other first-generation lawyers – to light their paths, and to explain the things you know [now] that you don’t know when you’re a first-generation lawyer.” Yes!
Quick added, “For me personally, remote work has changed my life for the better. During the pandemic, I was able to relocate from my office’s location in Miami to Austin, Texas. Without the ability to remote work, I would have had to leave my firm – folks I love working with.”
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Dana Quick is the first female and first LGBTQIA+ to be named partner at Bast Amron. Dana practices in the area of insolvency and commercial litigation. Her experience and expertise include prosecuting director and officer liability claims, and lender liability claims; representing trustees, creditors, creditor committees, and debtors in bankruptcy proceedings; state court insolvency litigation; and prosecuting and defending preference actions.
Dana’s experience in prosecuting director and officer liability claims spans various districts across the country, as well as many industries, including retail, energy, biotech, aerospace, non-profits, government contracting, retail, shipbuilding, and manufacturing. Her work has resulted in the recovery of tens of millions of dollars for unsecured creditors and garnered awards and recognition.
Additionally, Dana has significant experience representing and counseling companies of all sizes on employment issues, including ADA, FMLA, FLSA, Title VII, and other employment-related matters.
Prior to joining Bast Amron, Dana served as law clerk to The Honorable Laurel Myerson Isicoff, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge in the Southern District of Florida.