Bankruptcy Can Be Powerful Tool in Fiercely Litigated Disputes
By Jeannie Kim, July/August Guest Editor
Parties in litigation have used bankruptcy to resolve “seemingly intractable litigation” since the U.S. Bankruptcy Code was first adopted in 1978.1 Companies regularly seek bankruptcy protection when they are confronting multimillion-dollar verdicts or settlements, waves of mass tort...
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Jeannie Kim is an attorney at Friedman & Springwater LLP in San Francisco, where she practices in the areas of bankruptcy, insolvency, and commercial transactions. She has represented secured and unsecured creditors, licensors of intellectual property, corporate debtors in possession, Chapter 11 trustees, and acquirers of distressed assets in a range of industries. A frequent speaker on business bankruptcy, Kim has been recognized by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, the American Bankruptcy Institute, and IWIRC as a rising star.