Shannon practices in the areas of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, frequently representing secured creditors, committees, purchasers of assets, and unsecured trade creditors in contested bankruptcy matters and adversary proceedings, including 363 sales, claim objections, DIP financing, stay relief, plan confirmation, and avoidance actions. Shannon also represents banks in foreclosure, collection, and claim and delivery cases and advises clients on compliance with FDCPA, ECOA, RESPA, and other consumer protection laws.
Represents secured lenders in debt restructuring, workouts, bankruptcy proceedings and related litigation
Represents preference defendants and unsecured creditors in pursuing various claims against the debtor, the collateral and/or the guarantors
Represents creditors in commercial and consumer bankruptcies
Represents creditors in commercial and consumer collection actions and claim and delivery proceedings
Prior Legal Experience
Shannon's career began as an Associate with Burr & Forman, LLP in Alabama from 2003 to 2006. She then joined Helms, Mulliss & Wicker, PLLC in Charlotte until 2007 and then practiced with Moore & Van Allen, PLLC prior to joining Poyner Spruill in late 2008.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Shannon E. Hoff