Antioch University (Bachelor of Arts, 1986). Southwestern University (Juris Doctor, 1990). Spoken languages: German, Norwegian, French, Spanish and Luxembourgian.
Worked at Danning, Gill, Diamond & Kollitz, Limited Liability Partnership (Los Angeles, California) specializing in Bankruptcy, Business Reorganization, Insolvency, Corporate Dissolutions, Partnership Dissolutions, Commercial Law, Bankruptcy Trusteeships, Federal Receiverships and State Receiverships. Admitted to the bar, 1990, California. Moot Court Honors Program.
Recipient, Exceptional Achievement Award, International Environmental Law Seminar.
Author: "Debt for Nature Swaps: Innovation or Intrusion?" 4 New York International"l Law Review 2, 1991. Member, Panel of Bankruptcy Trustees, Central District of California, 1995.
Danning, Gill, Diamond & Kollitz, Limited Liability Partnership, a limited liability partnership composed of professional corporations, is a firm which has specialized in business reorganizations, insolvency, bankruptcy and commercial law since it was founded in 1953. The Firm"s attorneys are experienced in representing all major constituencies in the areas of the Firm"s practice, including, among others, debtors, bankruptcy trustees, bankruptcy examiners, receivers, assignees for the benefit of creditors, secured creditors, unsecured creditors, creditors" committees, equity security holders" committees, asset purchasers, third party plan proponents and parties to bankruptcy related or commerical litigation.
The Firm includes lawyers who are experienced as Chapter 11 reorganization trustees, Chapter 11 disbursing agents, Chapter 7 liquidating trustees, bankruptcy examiners, Federal and State Court Receivers, as well as experienced support personnel.
Member, Panel of Bankruptcy Trustees, Central District of California, 1995.