Atlanta associate Leah Fiorenza will lead a panel on the Supreme Court’s landmark Jevic opinion at the Fifteenth Annual Symposium of the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal, February 22, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia.  The panel consists of leading Chapter 11 lawyers from around the country, including Alexandra Dugan (Nashville, Tennessee), Katherine Good (Wilmington, Delaware), and Monique Hayes (Miami, Florida), and will address Jevic’s winners and losers in modern Chapter 11 practice, the unique uses of Jevic, and some of its consequences (intended or not).  

Leah Fiorenza works in Bryan Cave’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring, and Creditors’ Rights Group, where her focus is on complex Chapter 11 cases.  She recently co-lead the Bryan Cave team that successfully represented Oconee Regional Health Systems, a regional hospital and group of clinics serving a seven county area in Georgia, in its Chapter 11 auction and sale.  She is also prominent in Bryan Cave’s cross-disciplinary Food and Agribusiness practice, handling over twenty different transactional, litigation, or arbitration matters for food industry clients across the country.