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About Beau Hays

  • June 11, 2019

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Beau Hays is a 1986 graduate of the North Carolina School of Law, after receiving a B.A. in Political Science from UNC in 1983.  He is admitted in Georgia, all three federal districts in Georgia and various other districts around the country.  He has acted as lead counsel in litigation matters for almost thirty years, specializing in commercial disputes and bankruptcy law.  He is a Past President of the Commercial Law League of America and an Associate Member of the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees; he has been a presenter to that organization and numerous credit groups on creditors’ rights issues.  He has served as Legislative Liaison for the Georgia Bar’s Creditor’s Rights Section and as an editor for the National Association of Credit Management’s “Handbook of Credit and Commercial Laws,” chapters related to materialman’s liens and construction bonds.  An Atlanta native, Mr. Hays is a long-time patron of the arts and has written scripts for one-man and full stage performances of Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol” and an adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.”