Jun. 10, 2014

Eight Tripp Scott Attorneys Garner Top Honors In Florida Super Lawyers Magazine

The Following Were Named “Florida Super Lawyers”:

  • Ed Pozzuoli, President, Business Litigation
  • Ed Curtis, Director, Aviation And Aerospace
  • Peter Herman, Director, General Litigation
  • Paul Lopez, Director, Labor And Employment And Business Litigation
  • Dan Taylor, Director, Environmental
  • Stephanie Toothaker, Director, Land Use And Zoning

The Following Were Named “Rising Stars”:

  • Kris Aungst, Of Counsel, Bankruptcy
  • Alexander Brown, Director, Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Lindsay Raphael, Director, Business/Corporate

Super Lawyers names Florida's top lawyers as chosen by their peers and through the independent research of Law & Politics. To be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, a candidate must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less.

Law & Politics performs the polling, research and selection of Super Lawyers in a process designed to identify lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

It is a comprehensive and diverse guide to outstanding attorneys, representing a wide range of practice areas, firm sizes and geographic locations. Only 2.5 percent of the lawyers in Florida are named Super Lawyers.

About Tripp Scott

Since its inception in 1969, Tripp Scott has served the legal needs of established and growing businesses, as well as individual clients and their families. The multi-disciplinary firm represents a diverse mix of publicly traded corporations and privately held companies with operations in Florida and around the country.

With offices in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Tallahassee, Fla., Tripp Scott provides legal and business counsel to clients in the areas of corporate, litigation, finance and tax, healthcare, intellectual property, land use, real estate, governmental, bankruptcy, environmental and entrepreneurial business. For additional information, visit the firm’s Web site at www.trippscott.com.

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Ignorance Is Not Bliss: Demystifying Executory Contracts in Bankruptcy Cases

An executory contract can create havoc for the unsuspecting counterparty. 

Most businesses are (reluctantly) required to deal with customers, suppliers and counterparties to agreements that enter bankruptcy proceedings, yet there is a great lack of knowledge as to how the concept of an executory contract can create havoc for the unsuspecting creditor/counterparty. Recent litigation in Delaware involving the sporting goods retailer Eastern Outfitters LLC (Eastern Mountain Sports and Bob’s Stores) points to some of the issues.

 

Evening of Wine & Cheese

A private reception
Tuesday, February 28, 2015
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. 
Timpano’s Italian Chophouse 

Lawyer Up: As Retail Bankruptcies Increase, Creditors Must Be Vigilant

Virtually no attention has been paid to what will soon be a big problem

While much has been written about the future of brick-and-mortar retailing as a result of the large number of retail bankruptcies during 2016 and even during the first weeks of 2017, virtually no attention has been paid to what will be a significant problem for creditors of those retailers that have sought bankruptcy court protection—even if some of the retail locations remain open.

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