Kutak Rock Partners Peter Barrett and Jeremy Williams to Speak at Bankruptcy Law ConferenceNews | May 11, 2023
Kutak Rock partners Peter Barrett and Jeremy Williams will speak on topics related to their experience in bankruptcy law at the Virginia Bar Association Annual Bankruptcy Law Conference. The Conference will take place on Friday, May 12, 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT at The Bank of America Building in Richmond, VA.
Jeremy will participate in a panel on recent developments that will provide an up-to-the-minute overview of the most relevant court opinions impacting consumer and commercial bankruptcy cases in Virginia.
Peter will speak on a panel on Subchapter V issues and cases. This discussion will provide an overview of Subchapter V and explore the issues most affecting the rights and roles of debtors, creditors and trustees.
The Conference will begin with a welcome from the 2023 Bankruptcy Section Chair, David H. Cox. Registrants are encouraged to attend timely MCLE programs with fellow bankruptcy attorneys.
For more information or to register, click here.
Peter represents unsecured and secured creditors, trustees, lessors, equity holders and corporate debtors in insolvency matters, including chapter 11 reorganizations, business liquidations and loan workouts. He also represents clients in connection with acquisition of distressed assets and insolvency-related litigation. Based in the Richmond, Virginia office of Kutak Rock, Peter regularly appears in bankruptcy courts across the country to represent the interests of firm clients. Peter also serves as a member of the panel of chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.
Jeremy has served as primary counsel and co-counsel on numerous chapter 11 cases, including in pre-bankruptcy, bankruptcy and post-emergence capacities. He represents both debtors and creditors in all aspects of bankruptcy in federal and state courts, and handles a variety of matters including creditor’s rights litigation, debtor workouts, chapter 11 reorganizations and contract disputes.