Remote Bankruptcy Hearings May Be Pandemic’s Silver Lining
By Thomas A. Pitta, Partner, Emmet, Marvin & Martin LLP
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on large portions of the American economy. Small and mid-size businesses have felt the greatest impact, because they generally have less cash flow and access to capital markets that can allow a company to weather a severe business interruption like that...
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Thomas A. Pitta is a partner with Emmet, Marvin and Martin LLP in New York. He concentrates his practice on bankruptcy and workouts and commercial litigation. He frequently represents indenture trustees, institutional lenders, and other creditors in connection with domestic and international workouts, both in and out of court. Pitta’s experience involves numerous industries, including energy, manufacturing, education, agriculture, retail, aviation, telecommunications, financial services, insurance, and mining.