MIAMI, FL – December 12, 2016 – Markowitz Ringel Trusty + Hartog partner Grace Robson is featured in the December 12, 2016, edition of the Daily Business Review. The article, written by Celia Ampel, discusses how Robson and group of other South Florida lawyers donated hundreds of hours of their time, working on a pro bono basis, to keep Switchboard of Miami, Inc. operating. Robson represented Switchboard, a not for profit organization that provides free and confidential telephone counseling, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and information and referral services, in connection with a sale of its assets to Jewish Community Services of South Florida, Inc., who continues to operate the service employ nearly all of Switchboard’s employees.
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. Grace 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 www.mrthlaw.com.