Stuart (“Skip”) Koenig is a Partner with Leech Tishman and a member of the Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Practice Group. Based in the firm’s Pasadena Office, Skip focuses his practice in the areas of bankruptcy-related legal matters including creditor-debtor workouts, commercial litigation, and general corporate and transactional matters. Skip represents individual trade suppliers, financial institutions, chapter 11 creditors’ committees and chapter 7 trustees throughout the country in both bankruptcy and out-of-court workouts. Skip has extensive experience in the prosecution and defense of preference and fraudulent transfer actions, bankruptcy reorganization, assignments for the benefit of creditors, bankruptcy liquidations, bankruptcy appeals and general bankruptcy litigation. Prior to joining Leech Tishman, Skip was a partner at Creim Macias Koenig & Frey LLP, a Los Angeles-based law firm focused on business bankruptcy, commercial transactions and litigation. Skip is a member of the Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum. He is actively involved as Pro Bono Counsel through Public Counsel and is President of the Board of Directors of Heart of Los Angeles, a non-profit organization providing enrichment programs for at- risk youth in Los Angeles inner city neighborhoods. Skip is also a member of the Board of Trustees of Temple Judea & Jewish World Watch.
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