I’m excited to join a dynamic team at an exciting time in the firm’s growth and look forward to using my past experience to leverage new opportunities for the firm.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (PRWEB) February 27, 2018
“I’m excited to join a dynamic team at an exciting time in the firm’s growth and look forward to using my past experience to leverage new opportunities for the firm,” said Pittman, a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and past president of the Kansas City Bankruptcy Bar Association.
For four years Pittman clerked for a federal bankruptcy judge and has more than a decade of practice handling all aspects of bankruptcy cases representing debtors and creditors, consumer litigation and residential mortgage-related litigation. “His deadline-driven and litigation-intensive practice feeds a sense of urgency and attention to detail that serves his clients well,” noted Ryan B. Patton, a founding partner of Patton Knipp Dean.
Presently, Pittman primarily handles corporate and consumer reorganization (in and out of bankruptcy), litigation in all areas of bankruptcy, and consumer litigation. “My litigation practice focuses on litigation under the automatic stay and discharge injunction, as well as the Bankruptcy Code and Rules, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and the Fair Credit Reporting Act,” concluded Pittman.
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