Sullivan Hill is a proud sponsor of the California Bankruptcy Forum (“CBF”) 30th Annual Insolvency Conference in North Lake Tahoe, California from May 18-20, 2018. The California Bankruptcy Forum is an organization comprised of local bankruptcy fora throughout the State of California. Its primary purposes are to provide educational support, a structure for communication between the bench and bar and networking between the members, thereby providing better service to the public.
Shareholder Christopher Hawkins is the vice president and pro bono chair for CBF this year. He manages CBF’s Pro Bono Project and oversees all pro bono efforts for the organization. CBF is committed to supporting pro bono efforts of the various local bankruptcy forums and county bar associations throughout the state.
Sullivan Hill’s Insolvency and Commercial Bankruptcy practice group is well-known both locally and nationally for its extensive experience in the representation of creditors, debtors, trustees, creditors’ committees and receivers. Our attorneys frequently advise clients in such diverse, yet related areas as creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, financial workouts and restructuring, judicial and statutory foreclosures, receiverships, and rights and remedies of creditors under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.