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Grace Robson Develops Pro Bono Educational Program for National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges

Posted on Oct 16, 2017 - News by

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL October 16, 2017 – Robson and the Honorable Elizabeth S. Stong, created a continuing legal education program that was presented on October 8, 2017 at the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas entitled “Pro Bono in the Digital Age: The Benefits of Technology and Ethical Issues Implicated by its Use.”  Robson and Judge Stong are Co-Chairs of the Pro Bono Services Subcommittee of the Business Bankruptcy Committee, which is part of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association.

Robson is an expert in bankruptcy law and a Board-Certified Bankruptcy attorney with over 17 years of experience representing corporate debtors, trade and institutional creditors, Trustees, receivers, and creditors’ committees. She focuses her practice on corporate reorganization and bankruptcy, debtor-creditor relations and litigation. Robson has been involved in all facets of reorganization-related representations, including pre-filing consultation; filing complex corporate bankruptcy cases, post-bankruptcy financing, asset purchase agreements as well as “routine” matters.

Markowitz Ringel Trusty + Hartog concentrates on the representation of businesses, institutions, fiduciaries, and individuals across several practice groups, which include Restructuring & Insolvency, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Real Estate & Business, Probate & Guardianship, and Trusts & Estates.  Dedication to clients and service to the community are the principles upon which Markowitz Ringel Trusty + Hartog were founded more than 35 years ago, and upon which it still operates today. For more information, please visit