David H. Leigh’s article, New Requirements for Proofs of Claim in Bankruptcy, was recently published by the Lease Enforcement Attorneys Network (LEAN). Mr. Leigh is a Shareholder in the firm’s bankruptcy group and represents secured creditors, unsecured creditors, official committees of unsecured creditors, and trustees in chapter 7, 11, 12 and 13 bankruptcy cases. Mr. Leigh also represents plaintiffs and defendants in general commercial litigation matters, including out-of-bankruptcy workouts, collection litigation, debt restructuring, contract disputes, real and personal property liens and lien disputes, business torts and professional negligence disputes. He also currently serves as President of the Utah Bankruptcy Lawyers Forum.
LEAN is a non-profit association of well known law firms throughout the country with a practice concentration in the enforcement of equipment leasing and finance obligations. LEAN law firms are carefully selected for their expertise in leasing law and are highly regarded by top leasing companies and financial institutions. Ray Quinney & Nebeker is the only Utah law firm that is a member of LEAN.
To read the article, visit LEAN online.