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Konstantinos Armiros is a partner with the Chicago law firm of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP, where he practices in the areas of real estate, commercial litigation, restructuring, bankruptcy, and workouts. Mr. Armiros regularly represents lenders and borrowers in complex work-outs of significant credits. In addition to commercial lenders and borrowers, he also has represented other constituents in distress situations, including asset purchasers, trade creditors, and contractors. In addition to his work in matters involving financial distress, turnarounds, and restructurings, over his career Mr. Armiros has accumulated significant experience in commercial litigation, typically representing secured lenders in state, federal, and bankruptcy court and in commercial lawsuits, consumer finance litigation, injunctions, and other complex civil litigation. He also serves as informal general counsel for a number of mid-market businesses, real estate concerns, and entertainment clients. For those clients, Mr. Armiros provides counsel to the business owners and oversees their specialized legal needs by employing attorneys from Arnstein & Lehr LLP's cadre of specialists as appropriate. He is a regular speaker and panelist on insolvency and real estate matters, and frequently speaks at National Business Institute programs on these topics. Mr. Armiros earned his B.A. degree, cum laude, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his J.D. degree from Boston University.
Thierry V Barkley is a partner with Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP, where he concentrates his practice in insurance work including life, health, disability, ERISA, coverage opinions, defense of bad faith litigation, errors and omissions, and complex litigation. Mr. Barkley is admitted to practice in Nevada since 1980 and before the U.S. District Court District of Nevada, the U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court. He is a member of the State Bar of Nevada, Washoe County Bar Association, and Defense Research Institute. Mr. Barkley earned his B.A. degree from the University of California Los Angeles and his J.D. degree from California Western School of Law.
James B Haddow is a partner with the Portland law firm of Petruccelli, Martin & Haddow, LLP, where he advises and represents clients on, among other things, matters of employment law. He serves as treasurer on the Board of Governors of the Maine State Bar Association and is also a member of the Cumberland County and American bar associations, as well as the Maine Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Haddow earned his B.A. degree in philosophy from Colby College and his J.D. degree from the University of Maine. He is the editor of A Practical Guide to Employment Law in Maine (Boston: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc.), published in June, 2019.
James A Hochman is a partner with the Chicago firm of Schain Banks Kenny & Schwartz, Ltd., where he represents commercial real estate brokerage firms, landlords, tenants and commercial real estate investors, assisting in all phases of commercial and residential real estate. Mr. Hochman is a frequent speaker on real estate broker related legal issues for state and local estate organizations. He co-wrote and sponsored the Illinois Commercial Real Estate Broker Lien Act, and several other states have adopted similar statutes through his drafting and lobbying efforts. Mr. Hochman is also active in support of license portability legislation for commercial real estate brokers, and is the architect and drafter of statutes in several estates on that issue as well. He earned his A.B. degree from Brown University and his J.D. degree from Boston University School of Law.
James J Randall is a shareholder in the Monett law firm of Randall, Masri & Randall, P.C. Mr. Randall has practiced law for nearly 50 years. His practice focuses on litigation, medical/legal issues, business transactions, and estate planning. Mr. Randall is a former bankruptcy examiner for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. He has lectured to attorneys, CPAs, insurance adjusters, and medical personnel. Mr. Randall earned his AB degree from Rockhurst College and his J.D. degree from St. Louis University. He is a member of The Missouri Bar, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts of Missouri and Arkansas.
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