MINNEAPOLIS--()--The national law firm of Foley & Mansfield announces that veteran bankruptcy attorney John C. Thomas has joined the Firm as Of Counsel. He will practice in the Firms’ Creditor’s Rights and Banking and Finance groups.
“Through his early training as a bank officer, he brings an insightful perspective resulting in common sense solutions for his client’s problem credits”
Thomas has more than 40 years experience in creditor’s rights, bankruptcy, workout matters and community and commercial bank issues - including the restructuring and documentation of commercial transactions and representation of business clients. He has represented secured and unsecured creditors' interests in major chapter 11 bankruptcy cases in the District of Minnesota and additional venues across the country including Missouri, Illinois, Delaware, New York, California and Utah.
“John is one of the most respected insolvency professionals in Minnesota and throughout the country, and has always been a steady hand in the complex world of business loans,” says Thomas J. Lallier, chair of the Firms’ Creditor’s Rights group. “Through his early training as a bank officer, he brings an insightful perspective resulting in common sense solutions for his client’s problem credits,” Lallier adds.
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