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David Peterson has a broad background in commercial litigation, including bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, and foreclosures, as well as commercial transactions, including lending transactions, sale transactions and secured transactions. Dave represents lenders, creditors and lessors in sophisticated Chapter 11 reorganizations and Chapter 7 liquidations. He has represented creditors in negotiating Chapter 11 bankruptcy plans, as well as litigation concerning confirmation of bankruptcy plans. He has handled preference litigation, fraudulent conveyance claims, exemption litigation, and a wide range of other kinds of litigation arising out of bankruptcies, including appeals. Learn more at www.lowndes-law.com.

Electronic Signatures in the Courts

Electronic Signatures in the Courts

Because electronic signatures have become more common in the business community, now is a good time to review some of the legal issues that arise in the use of electronic signatures. There are several statutes that give legal effect to electronic signatures in many instances, and electronic signatures have been accepted as valid by the […]

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