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Bankruptcy and Restructuring Partner Lillian Stenfeldt joins Rimon’s San Francisco and Silicon Valley Offices

news Bankruptcy and Restructuring Partner Lillian Stenfeldt joins Rimon’s San Francisco and Silicon Valley Offices Lillian Stenfeldt · January 9, 2018

Continuing to grow its team of top bankruptcy and restructuring attorneys, Rimon Law welcomes Lillian Stenfeldt as a partner in the firm’s San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices. Ms. Stenfeldt joins Rimon from Sedgwick, where she served as chair of the bankruptcy practice. She had also served on the firm’s management committee 2008-2011. She has been recognized by ranking agencies such…

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​Rimon’s Article on ​The 7th Circuit’s View on Finality and Appealability in Bankruptcy​,​​ Published in Westlaw Journal​

insights August 23, 2016

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued a decision regarding finality and appealability in bankruptcy. Rimon Partner, Pamela M. Egan, analyzes this decision and provides insight on when a party can appeal a bankruptcy court decision. The “takeaway is simple. The bank’s fraudulent-transfer action was just one tactic that it used to recover its claim. Although the tactic failed,…

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Interplay Between Russian Bankruptcy and American Fraudulent Transfer Law

insights June 30, 2016

This article was published in the Russia and Eurasia Committee – Legislation Updates and News on the January-June 2016 edition. Ms. Egan describes two major differences between Russian bankruptcy and American bankruptcy: (1) the initial treatment of creditors’ claims and the burden of proof to establish them; and (2) the ability of creditors to sue a debtor…

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