Eric M. Sutty, of Elliot Greenleaf, focuses his practice on corporate bankruptcy, creditor rights and commercial litigation. His experience includes the representation of debtors and creditors committees, secured lenders, unsecured creditors, trustees and post confirmation estates. Sutty’s recent engagements include the representation of Major League Baseball, International Aluminum, Quality Home Brands and WCI Communities, as well as representation of creditors committees and in Global Motor Sports and the IT Group bankruptcy cases. Moreover, Sutty has significant commercial litigation experience in the trial and appellate courts in Delaware and in the United States District Court.
Sutty graduated from the University Of Baltimore School Of Law with honors and the Merrick School of Business with a Masters in Business Administration. While at the University of Baltimore, Sutty was a case note editor of the International Property Law Journal and received the Mark Geraci Student Tax Scholarship Award. His publications include “Pension Protection Act Leaves Door Open Bankruptcies Can Avoid Mass Pension Payouts” published in the Bankruptcy Strategist in January 2007. Sutty graduated from the College of William and Mary where he was a varsity football player and member of the Lacrosse Club.
Sutty is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, American Bar Association and Delaware State Bar Association and is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Delaware, the United States District Court for the District of Delaware and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Sutty lives outside of Wilmington with his wife and two children.