Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Shane Ramsey Receives American Bankruptcy Institute Committee Leader of the Year Award
NEW YORK (April 16) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Shane Ramsey will be honored on April 17, 2015 with the American Bankruptcy Institute’s (ABI) Committee Leader of the Year award. The award will be presented to Mr. Ramsey at the ABI’s annual spring meeting held in Washington, D.C.
The Committee Leader of the Year award is presented annually by ABI to the leader of one of its 18 committees in order to recognize exceptional service in that role. Mr. Ramsey has for the past year served as the leader of ABI’s Young and New Members Committee. In that capacity, he has worked to develop ABI’s first webinar series, edited and disseminated educational newsletters and edited and published a book for young practitioners.
Mr. Ramsey is a Partner on Kilpatrick Townsend's Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring team. He focuses his practice on bankruptcy and insolvency matters and represents committees, indenture trustees, trade creditors, secured lenders, buyers, and debtors in both workouts and bankruptcy proceedings.
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