Mr. Lee has been practicing in the areas of bankruptcy and creditor’s rights since 2004. His experience includes representing a wide range of businesses, lenders, finance companies, and financial institutions in litigation related to areas including bankruptcy, commercial and consumer collections, and collateral recovery. Prior to joining the Firm, he managed the day-to-day operations of a multi-state bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice representing secured and unsecured creditors in both state and federal courts. His experience also includes coordinating a national replevin/claim & delivery practice for a large financial institution, serving as lead counsel for a Fortune 100 company with an active caseload of more than 500 commercial collections lawsuits, and managing a Georgia bankruptcy practice.
Mr. Lee often represents creditors in negotiations, lawsuits, and bankruptcy matters and advises his clients on issues related to debt, collateral recovery, contracts, insolvency, and civil litigation. His practice includes drafting bankruptcy and state court pleadings and motions, including motions for summary judgment and default in state court litigation and motions for relief from the automatic stay in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy cases. Mr. Lee also manages both pre- and post-judgment collections efforts on behalf of his clients, including asset searches, writs of possession, garnishments, and liens.