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DURHAM, N.C.—Womble Carlyle attorneys Mark Desgrosseilliers and Jennifer Lyday both spoke at the 37th Annual Middle District of North Carolina Bankruptcy Seminar.
Lyday gave a CLE presentation on “Taking a Second Bite at the Apple: What Debtors and Creditors’ Counsel Need to Know About Serial Chapter 11 Filings.” Womble Carlyle attorney Francisco Morales drafted the materials for the presentation.
Desgrosseilliers was part of a Federal Bar Association panel that spoke on “Six Traps for the Unwary in Smaller Chapter 11 Cases.”
The seminar took place April 15-16 in Durham.
Mark Desgrosseilliers is a veteran business attorney focusing his practice in the areas of Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring. His clients benefit from his wide-ranging industry experience representing public and non-public debtor corporations, debtor-in-possession lenders, secured and unsecured creditors, vendors and asset purchasers in bankruptcy and other corporate restructuring matters. Desgrosseilliers practices in Womble Carlyle’s Wilmington, Del. office.
Jennifer Lyday is an experienced bankruptcy attorney who represents both secured and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, as well as unsecured creditors’ committees and debtors. Her practice includes fraudulent conveyance cases, preference cases, receivership cases, loan forbearance and extension agreements, and bankruptcy reorganization and liquidation litigation. She practices in Womble Carlyle’s Winston-Salem, N.C. office.
Francisco Morales focuses his practice on representing clients in a wide variety of bankruptcy proceedings, including Chapter 7, 11, and 13 cases. Morales regularly represents institutional lenders, secured and unsecured creditors, distressed debt buyers, creditor committees, directors and officers of troubled companies, and bankruptcy trustees. He practices in Womble Carlyle’s Raleigh, N.C. office.