Pros and Cons of Pre-Discovery Mediation in Mega Bankruptcy Adversary Proceedings
By Diana Lyn Curtis McGraw, Associate, Fox Rothschild LLP
A 10-figure bankruptcy demands innovative approaches to case management and court administration, especially where large numbers of adversary proceedings are expected. One trend in recent cases—pre-discovery mediation—is proving successful in that regard, although it does have potential pitfalls...
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Diana Lyn Curtis McGraw is an associate in the Washington, D.C., office of Fox Rothschild. She concentrates her practice on government contracts, construction law, and federal and state litigation, including bankruptcy litigation, and provides consulting services to government contractors who need support with work acquisition, project management, FAR flowdown requirements, small business utilization, and contract compliance. McGraw also provides risk mitigation against False Claims Act violations and advises companies in multiple industries on compliance programs to reduce exposure to false statements.