Posted on March 8, 2019 in Events
Bast Amron was honored to be the signature sponsor for the “When the Bubble Bursts Be Ready for the Fallout” Seminar presented by Dade Legal Aid & Put Something Back. Scott Brown provided the perspective of a bankruptcy trustee. Dana Quick spoke in the afternoon on the practice of business bankruptcy. Well done Scott and Dana!
Scott has been practicing in the bankruptcy/insolvency field for almost 16 years. He concentrates his practice on fiduciary representation, creditor’s rights, bankruptcy litigation and business reorganization. Scott has been a Chapter 7 Panel Trustee since 2011 and has also served in a variety of other fiduciary roles including as Chapter 11 trustee, Examiner, Receiver, and Assignee. Scott is also active in a variety of industry and community organizations and is a past president of the Bankruptcy Bar Association of the Southern District of Florida.
Dana Quick practices in the area of insolvency and commercial litigation. Her experience includes prosecuting director and officer liability claims; representing trustees, creditors, creditor committees, and debtors in bankruptcy proceedings; state court insolvency litigation; and prosecuting and defending preference actions. Additionally, Dana has significant experience representing and counseling companies of all sizes on employment issues, including ADA, FMLA, and Title VII matters. Prior to joining Bast Amron, Dana served as a law clerk to U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Laurel Myerson Isicoff.
Bast Amron LLP specializes in bankruptcy and bankruptcy avoidance, receiverships, corporate reorganization and complex litigation, representing trustees, receivers, fiduciaries, developers, corporations, individuals, creditors’ committees, secured and unsecured creditors and debtors-in-possession. The firm has significant experience handling a wide variety of state and federal claims at both the trial and appellate level.
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