MIAMI – May 9, 2022 – Brett Amron, co-founder of Bast Amron, has been recognized by The National Law Journal as a 2022 Plaintiff’s Lawyers Trailblazer. The National Law Journal recognizes and spotlights a handful of individuals who are dedicated agents of change by making a significant impact within the legal industry. Trailblazers are professionals who have made significant marks to advance their sector’s practice, policy, and technological advancements.
“I am honored to be recognized by The National Law Journal as a Plaintiff’s Lawyers Trailblazer and share this accomplishment with such esteemed members of the legal profession,” said Brett Amron.
Brett is recognized for creating a platform 13 years ago alongside his partner Jeffrey Bast to offer sophisticated clients a level of service rarely seen in modern business. By focusing on a culture of collaboration and caring, they built a unique firm where every team member contributes to the highest levels of service and customized legal solutions to their client’s most complex challenges.
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About Bast Amron
BAST AMRON is a boutique law firm focused on business insolvency and litigation. Our insolvency practice emphasizes workouts, restructurings, liquidations, bankruptcy, and bankruptcy avoidance. We represent debtors, creditors, committees, trustees, and other fiduciaries in bankruptcies, receiverships, and assignments for the benefit of creditors. Our litigation practice is primarily plaintiff-oriented. We know how to investigate, formulate, and prosecute claims arising from business disputes. By combining our business insolvency knowledge with our extensive courtroom experience, we successfully guide our clients through all aspects and types of commercial litigation in state and federal courts across the country. Whether the issue is litigation or insolvency or both, we view our clients’ needs through a holistic lens to formulate and implement dynamic solutions to their most important challenges.