Ms. Collier represents corporations, businesses of varying sizes, and individuals in a broad array of complex commercial litigation matters. In state and federal court, Ms. Collier guides clients through the litigation process in business and commercial contract disputes by preparing pleadings, managing discovery, drafting and opposing dispositive motions, and negotiating favorable settlements. She also represents clients through the post-judgment process, including post-judgment discovery and collections.
In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Collier represents creditors in chapter 7 and chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings. She primarily focuses on bankruptcy litigation, including prosecuting non-dischargeability of debt actions and defending against preference and fraudulent transfer actions. Ms. Collier also has experiencing defending against non-dischargeability of debt actions on a pro bono basis through the Faculty of Federal Advocates Bankruptcy Pro Bono Program.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Clarissa M. Collier