Provided by Charles R Bennett Jr
Complex commercial litigation involving financial institutions and corporations, including claims against directors and officers and litigation arising from or relating to insolvency proceedings. The current focus of his practice is on rights and remedies for debtors and creditors in corporate Chapter 11 cases. Mr Bennett has substantial experience in banking and lending litigation representing both borrowers and banking institutions in commercial disputes. He has tried numerous jury and jury-waived cases concerning business torts, unfair trade practices, and insolvency issues.
American Bankruptcy Institute, American, Massachusetts and Boston Bar Associations. Admitted to the Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island Bars.
JD, Boston College Law School (1974); BA, cum laude, Boston College (1970).