Deborah Rubin was appointed to a one-year term as chair-elect of the Bankruptcy Section of the Commercial Law League of America (CLLA).
Rubin is a member of the Bankruptcy, Litigation, and Privacy and Data Security practice groups. Her practice concentrates on all areas of bankruptcy law, including representation of creditors’ committees and corporate debtors in bankruptcy proceedings and commercial litigation. She also represents businesses with workouts and assignments for the benefit of creditors. She has significant experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in avoidance litigation and collection proceedings.
The CLLA is North America’s oldest creditor’s rights organization, with nearly 3,000 attorneys and other expert members in credit and finance who are actively engaged in the field of commercial law, bankruptcy and insolvency law. Its members are amongst the highest regarded bankruptcy attorneys in the United States, having been involved in virtually every type of bankruptcy and reorganization matter.
The Bankruptcy Section keeps its members alert of late-breaking cases and items of importance and co-sponsors the highly acclaimed “Current Developments in Hot and Emerging Areas in Bankruptcy” program at the annual National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges. It has also provided written position papers and testimony on the dozens of times the CLLA has been invited to testify before congressional committees on bankruptcy issues.