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Samuel R. Grego is a principal of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. and serves as Chair of the firm’s Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy Group . Mr. Grego is also the coordinator of the firm’s pro bono activities.
His practice is concentrated in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, collections, and commercial transactions. He has extensive experience in complex commercial and corporate Chapter 11 reorganizations as well as in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases. He has represented secured and unsecured creditors and debtors in all aspects of reorganization cases including initial emergency issues which arise upon the commencement of a case, claims filing and administration, negotiations with committees, executory contacts and leases, plan and disclosure statement formulation, negotiation, and enforce ment. He has also litigated numerous types of cases in bankruptcy courts including relief from stay matters, claim disputes, valuation of secured claims, preferences and fraudulent conveyances, and dischargeability issues.
Mr. Grego has represented large regional financial institutions in a wide variety of collection, foreclosure and execution proceedings in both state and federal courts. His practice also includes providing defense representation in federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and cases arising under similar state statutes. He also counsels lenders in commercial and consumer lending transactions, including initial documentation and subsequent workout situations and collection.
•Distinguished Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
•Indiana Township Zoning Hearing Board Member
•Neighborhood Legal Services Association Volunteer Attorney
•Carnegie Mellon University alumni activities
•Legal Advisor to homeowners’ associations and school organizations in the Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania, area
Presentations & Publications
•“From the Boardroom to the Courthouse” (Co-Author/Co-Presenter), ACC Pittsburgh Chapter CLE, 11/10/2016
•“Advanced Bankruptcy Issues In Your Practice” (Co-Author/Co-Presenter), ACC Pennsylvania CLE, 7/11/2013
•“Collection Issues and Strategies: Both Prior To and After Bankruptcy Filing” (Presenter), webinar, Feb. 2009
•“Assisting Clients from the Start Through the End of a Bankruptcy Case” (Chapter Author), Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and Restructuring Strategies: Leading Lawyers on Developing a Case Strategy, Working with Key Players, and Achieving a Client’s Goals (Inside the Minds), Aspatore, 2008.
•Allegheny County Bar Association (Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Section)
•American Bankruptcy Institute
•American Inns of Court - Judith K. Fitzgerald Western Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Chapter
•Turnaround Management Association - Pittsburgh Chapter
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