As the head of the firm’s Banking & Creditors’ Rights Practice Group. Seth regularly... more
As the head of the firm’s Banking & Creditors’ Rights Practice Group. Seth regularly serves as a court-appointed receiver. He also represents financial institutions, secured and unsecured corporate or individual creditors, and financially troubled corporations in both state and federal courts. He also assists business owners by guiding them through the process of informal financial work-outs an... view profile
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