Matthew is an associate in the firm's bankruptcy and financial services litigation groups. His practice focuses on the representation of wide-ranging clients in bankruptcy cases, out-of-court workouts, and general litigation.
Matthew represents chapter 7 and 11 debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, purchasers and sellers in bankruptcy section 363 sales, court-appointed receivers, defendants in avoidance actions throughout the country, and financial institutions in debt-enforcement actions and non-bankruptcy litigation.
Lead bankruptcy counsel to regional utility provider in bankruptcy matters across the country.
Bankruptcy counsel to health care and administrative services provider.
Regional bankruptcy counsel to commercial real estate services company.
Regional bankruptcy counsel to mortgage originator and servicer.
Special counsel to Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp. in chapter 11 liquidation involving over 4,000 creditors and claims in excess of $9 billion (M.D. Fla.).
Counsel to chapter 7 debtors: Security Bank Corp (M.D. Ga.), Westminster Ceramics (N.D. Ga.).
Counsel to multiple financial institutions and manufacturers in chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy matters.
Counsel to various entities and individuals in defending preference and fraudulent conveyance actions.
Represented court-appointed receiver in the liquidation of multiple automotive dealerships located in Georgia and Florida.
Represented coal provider in chapter 11 bankruptcy of Smurfit Stone Container Corporation involving litigation of $20 million rejection damages claim.
Represented purchaser in connection with section 363 sale of a home and garden supply company.
Bishop v. GMAC Mortgage, LLC, et al., 2011 Bankr. LEXIS 5123 (M.D. Ga., Dec. 27, 2011)
Associate, Troutman Sanders LLP, 2008-present
· Atlanta Bar Association
· American Bankruptcy Institute
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