Joseph M. VanLeuven focuses on bankruptcy and debtor-creditor litigation and transactions, including reorganizations, liquidations, and Creditors’ Committee representation in Oregon and Southwest Washington. He provides transactional planning and advice on bankruptcy’s impact on secured transactions, loan guarantees, intellectual property licenses, and business sales.
Joe regularly counsels clients on the sale and purchase of real estate, business assets, and intellectual property in bankruptcy. He has experience with a broad range of industries and types of collateral, including some that present unique issues, such as aircraft, nursing homes, and franchise restaurants. Joe is a frequent speaker on bankruptcy, foreclosure, and loan collection.
Professional & Community Activities:
- Instructor, “Asset Sales in Bankruptcy,” Lorman Education Services CLE, 2009
- Instructor on the topics of Chapter 12 bankruptcy, agricultural liens and forbearance agreements, Western School of Agriculture Lending, Reno, Nev. July 2006 & 2007
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE:
- Oregon, 1982
- U.S. District Court District of Oregon, 1982
- J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 1982, cum laude
- B.A., History, Reed College, 1978
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