The Ray Quinney & Nebeker Real Estate Section is pleased to announce our upcoming Real Estate Seminar: What To Do When Your Tenants Default or File for Bankruptcy
David Leigh and Jamie Sorenson, members of our bankruptcy and litigation practice groups, will be presenting on what to do when your tenants default or file for bankruptcy. This hour-long presentation will cover important provisions to include in leases; eviction proceedings and occupancy hearings; collection actions; types of bankruptcy filings; landlord’s duties, protections, and remedies under the Bankruptcy Code; and time for questions and answers.
The seminar will be held in person with the option to attend virtually through Zoom. 1 hour CE or CLE Credit available.
For more information, you may also contact Paige Pierce moc.nqr@ecreiPP or (801) 323-3438
David H. Leigh’s practice is concentrated in bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and civil/commercial litigation. He represents various parties-including secured creditors, unsecured creditors, official committees of unsecured creditors, and trustees-in chapter 7, 11, 12 and 13 bankruptcy cases. He 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. David currently serves as President of the Utah Bankruptcy Lawyers Forum.
Jamie A. Sorenson is a member of the firm’s Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights and Litigation sections. His practice is concentrated in creditor’s rights and commercial and bankruptcy litigation. His practice includes commercial and trustee representation in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. As part of his creditor’s rights practice, Mr. Sorenson represents parties in all aspects of collection matters and evictions. In addition to Jamie’s bankruptcy and creditor’s right practice, he also represents multiple parties in general commercial litigation, including real property disputes, business disputes, and disputes arising in probate court. Jamie currently serves on the boards of the Utah Center for Legal Inclusion and Asian Utah Chamber of Commerce.