By Steven A. Roach, Principal & Ronald A. Spinner, Associate, Miller Canfield
A customer’s bankruptcy often results in a sharp reduction to the value of the receivables owing from the customer. However, in addition to the drop in asset value, there can also be further liability when the bankruptcy trustee later demands the return of a significant amount of money that the...
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Ronald A. Spinner is a senior associate at Miller Canfield. His years of pre-law experience in mathematics, statistical analysis, and technology have allowed him to save millions of dollars for his clients facing preference actions. Spinner can be reached at email@example.com.
Steven A. Roach is a senior principal at Miller Canfield and specializes in recovering money on distressed loans and assets for creditors. When not practicing law, Roach loves to ride his bicycle. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.