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NASHVILLE- Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Nashville partner Shane Ramsey has been appointed by the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) as the co-chair of the Business Reorganization Committee.
Ramsey is vice chair of the Firm’s Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Practice Group. He regularly represents a variety of entities in bankruptcy reorganizations, liquidation proceedings, and bankruptcy related litigation. He also has experience handling complex civil litigation matters in both courts and alternative dispute resolution settings. He has served as Education Director of ABI’s Business Reorganization Committee since 2015, and previously held co-chair and newsletter editor positions on the Young and New Members Committee. Ramsey also serves in leadership capacities in the American Bar Association, Turnaround Management Association, and the Reaffirmation Project, which provides free legal counsel to unrepresented debtors seeking to enter into reaffirmation agreements.
ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, nonpartisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes more than 12,000 attorneys, accountants, bankers, judges, professors, lenders, turnaround specialists and other bankruptcy professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. For additional information on ABI, visit www.abi.org.
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