Robert J. Keach Named ABI President-Elect
Contact: John Hartgen
ROBERT J. KEACH NAMED ABI PRESIDENT-ELECT
April 8, 2008
Keach is a shareholder at Bernstein Shur, where he practices in the area of bankruptcy, reorganization and workouts. His practice focuses on the representation of various parties in workouts and bankruptcy cases including debtors, creditors, creditors’ committees, lessors and third parties acquiring troubled companies and/or their assets.
Keach is also a member of the
American Bar Association's Committee on Enforcement of Creditors' Rights
as well as their sections on business, banking and corporations, real
estate and litigation. He is included in the Best Lawyers in
America, a Fellow of the
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