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Teresa M. Pilatowicz

Teresa Pilatowicz is of counsel with the newly-formed law firm of Garman Turner Gordon LLP.  She is a member of the firm’s Business Restructuring & Bankruptcy Department. Her practice is concentrated in the areas of corporate restructuring and insolvency and she regularly represents trustees, debtors, and creditors in all aspects of chapter 11 cases, including adversary proceedings. Prior to joining Garman Turner Gordon LLP, Ms. Pilatowicz was senior counsel at the law firm of Gordon Silver.

In 2013, Ms. Pilatowicz was selected as one of 40 young bankruptcy attorneys nationwide to participate in the prestigious National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Next Generation Program. The Next Generation Program is designed to host up-and-coming bankruptcy practitioners. Ms. Pilatowicz has also been named as a Southwest Rising Star in Bankruptcy, and was recently named as a member of Generation Next for the Most Influential Women in Arizona by the Arizona Business Magazine.  Ms. Pilatowicz is the current chair of the Arizona Bankruptcy Best Practices Committee.

Ms. Pilatowicz is a graduate of the University of Arizona and received her J.D. from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers School of Law, where she served as research and development editor for the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law.  Ms. Pilatowicz resides in Phoenix Arizona and maintains active practices in both Arizona and Nevada.

Webinars:

Overview of Fraudulent Transfer Litigation

Series: Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation

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Premiere Date: 08/04/2015 12:00pm

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Professional Responsibility in Bankruptcy Cases

Series: Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation 2015

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Premiere Date: 06/02/2015 12:00pm

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