Litigator Jason Katz has joined the Carrington Coleman as a partner, bolstering the firm’s Litigation & Insolvency practice groups.
“We are very pleased to welcome a lawyer as accomplished as Jason to our firm,” said Carrington Coleman Managing Partner Bruce Collins. “His broad range of experience will complement our existing litigation and bankruptcy practices and enable us to expand the work we are doing.”
Mr. Katz joins the firm from Hiersche, Hayward, Drakeley & Urbach. He represents clients in bankruptcy proceedings and a diverse range of complex business litigation matters in federal and state courts.
He has represented debtors and creditors in a number of high-profile bankruptcy cases, including Chapter 11 reorganizations, complicated judgment collection cases and receivership proceedings. He has worked with banks to resolve various matters such as loan modifications and workouts, fraud and deficiency actions, foreclosures of security interests in both real and personal property, and perfecting security interests. He also represents corporate clients in breach of contract cases, employment disputes, construction litigation, agency disputes and fraud claims.
His practice includes:
- Commercial Litigation
- Business Litigation/Corporate and Partnership Litigation
- Banking and Finance Litigation
- Employment Litigation
- Bankruptcy, Receivership & Insolvency
To learn more about Mr. Katz, visit his bio.
His work has earned him recognition in the Texas Rising Stars edition of Super Lawyers Magazine and an AV Preeminent ranking from Martindale-Hubbell. A graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Law, he was an associate editor of the Arkansas Law Review and a member of the National Moot Court Traveling Team. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and an MBA from the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville.