Sean Clancy is a manager in the Forensic Services Division of Marcum LLP. He provides litigation services in the areas of bankruptcy and reorganization, fraud and misappropriation, computer forensics, and partner and shareholder disputes, specializing in asset tracing and recovery. He also performs economic damage calculations for personal injury and wrongful death claims related to insurance coverage matters.

Clancy also assists counsel in developing case strategy and preparing deposition questions for opposing financial experts and...

Ed Caldie is a partner with Stinson Leonard Street in Minneapolis. He represents creditors’ committees, trustees, financial institutions, individual creditors, corporate debtors, buyers, servicers, public companies, investment funds, and others in complex bankruptcies, workout scenarios, insolvency situations, and related issues and disputes. His practice typically involves distressed assets and companies, commercial workouts, and Chapter 11 bankruptcies involving bond defaults or other complex structures.

Caldie routinely...

Jacques H. “Jac” Belét III, CTP, is president of The Belét Group Inc., based in Memphis, Tennessee, with staffing throughout the United States. He has done turnarounds and corporate restructurings of middle market companies for 35 years and has an in-depth background in creditor and debtor representation in both bankruptcy and out-of- court restructurings. Belét has served as interim chairman, CEO, COO, CFO, CRO, and financial advisor for companies across a host of industries. He provides financial advisory services to creditors and lenders...

Heather L. Morgan is a national strategic account manager with Ritchie Bros. in Denver. In that role, she travels throughout the United States meeting with clients and referral sources, attending her company’s auctions, and participating in various conferences. Before joining Ritchie Bros., Morgan was with Wells Fargo in Southern California, where she was a business development officer in commercial lending. An active member of the TMA Rocky Mountain Chapter, Morgan is co-chair of the chapter’s TMA NOW group.

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Brian Davies is a managing director and practice head of Capstone Headwaters’ Financial Advisory Services (FAS). He is responsible for the firm’s corporate restructuring, transaction advisory, and specialty M&A operations, as well as managing client engagements. With 20 years of experience in transaction advisory, business reorganization, and interim management services, Davies has provided financial advisory services to lenders, debtors, creditors’ committees, trustees, and equity holders in bankruptcy matters and out-of-...

Winston Mar, a partner and managing director of SierraConstellation Partners (SCP) in Los Angeles, provides advisory and interim management services to distressed companies that include setting strategic direction, performing creditor negotiation, and implementing productivity improvements. He has assisted companies in a variety of industries with their restructuring efforts, both out-of-court and in Chapter 11 proceedings, and has served in a variety of senior-level positions, including CRO and CEO.

Before joining SCP, Mar was a managing director with...

Michael M. Parker is a partner with Norton Rose Fulbright in San Antonio and Austin, Texas. For 25 years, he has focused his practice on bankruptcy and insolvency-related litigation and workouts in a broad range of industries. Parker has considerable experience representing large and small buyers of distressed assets in U.S. Bankruptcy Court and federal District Court.
 
He has represented secured and unsecured creditors, debtors, trustees, real estate developers, intellectual property holders, individuals, groups, corporations, REITs and private funds in complicated  
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Patrick J. Gros, CPA, is president of the eponymously named accounting firm that he and his wife Kimberly founded in 2001 in Covington, Louisiana. The firm provides outsourced accounting services, bankruptcy reporting, tax consulting and preparation, and compilation/review services, and specializes in the restaurant, hospitality, construction, professional services, and healthcare industries.

Before founding the firm, Gros was with Arthur Andersen, where he performed financial audits and technology consulting services. He is a graduate of the University of New...

Joshua W. Cohen is a partner with Day Pitney LLP in New Haven, Connecticut, and chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights practice. He has a national practice handling bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, lender liability, commercial contract, fraud and business tort cases, receiverships, workouts and distressed business, and asset transactions. Cohen has extensive experience handling complex Chapter 11 cases. He represents secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees, buyers and sellers of assets, trustees and receivers in bankruptcy cases, receivership...

John Lane is the CEO/managing director of Inglewood Associates LLC, a 10-person consulting firm in Mentor, Ohio. He is a former board member and former president of the TMA Ohio Chapter. He has nearly 40 years of financial, business, and technology experience, serving clients throughout the United States and in Shanghai, Sydney, and Taipei.

Lane served as interim CEO of American Roll Formed Products (ARF), a custom roll former located in Painesville, Ohio, and as a board member of Knotice Ltd. prior to its sale in 2014. He has served as an operating and...