An Overview of the ABA Business Bankruptcy Committee

A highly respected New York bankruptcy attorney with more than three decades of experience, Norman Kinel serves as a partner at Squire Patton Boggs LLP. In his current duties, he deals extensively with restructuring and insolvency. He also has vast experience in bankruptcy asset sales, cross-border insolvency proceedings, and mergers and acquisitions. Norman Kinel serves on the American Bar Association Business Bankruptcy Committee.

The American Bar Association (ABA) acts as the national representative of the legal profession, promotes the best quality legal education, and enhances professionalism and ethics. The mission of the ABA Business Bankruptcy Committee is to act as the main resource for legal professionals who handle bankruptcy issues. The committee provides quality educational content in multiple formats and is involved in the formulation and review of proposed bankruptcy legislation.

Through the committee, young attorneys get a chance to work with experienced experts in order to build their legal credentials and reputation. The Business Bankruptcy Committee facilitates global connection of over 1,500 legal experts through meetings, discussion groups, and webinars about bankruptcy and insolvency. In addition, legal colleagues can collectively brainstorm to come up with ideas, solve challenges, and seek solutions on various issues affecting bankruptcy law.