On June 14, 2019, Shutts & Bowen LLP Orlando Partner James Timko spoke at the 27th Annual Central Florida Bankruptcy Law Association’s (CFBLA) Seminar & State of the District Event. Mr. Timko presented with Susan Smith of Glass Ratner on the topic of utilizing experts in fraudulent transfer litigation.
The Annual Seminar for CFBLA was once again combined with the State of the District presentation. Held at the Citrus Club in downtown Orlando, the event also featured State of the District presenter and Keynote Speaker Chief Judge Michael G. Williamson.
The CFBLA is a non-profit that supports the practice of Bankruptcy Law in the Central Florida area. The CFBLA fosters bankruptcy legal education as well as provides pro bono bankruptcy representation in the Middle District of Florida.
Read more about CFBLA and the 27th Annual Seminar here.
About James A. Timko
James Timko is a partner in the Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen, where he is a member of the Creditors’ Rights/Bankruptcy Practice Group and a business litigator. A top Martindale-Hubbell rated attorney, James represents creditors, debtors, secured, lenders, mortgage companies, landlords, franchisors, bankruptcy trustees and other business enterprises in chapter 7 and chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and in assignment for the benefit of creditors cases. He’s represented creditors in bankruptcy cases across the country, including Florida, California, Texas, Delaware, New York, and Pennsylvania. A national speaker and author on creditors’ rights and bankruptcy law, James is the former president of the Florida chapter of the Turnaround Management Association, the premier international professional organization dedicated to corporate renewal and turnaround management.