Adams and Reese Partner Tim Anzenberger, a commercial and bankruptcy litigator, is a panelist on “Danger Ahead! Avoiding and Addressing Ethical Landmines in Attorney Engagement and Compensation,” taking place Friday, April 21, at the 2023 American Bankruptcy Institute Annual Spring Meeting, held at the JW Marriott in Washington, DC.
More than 80 industry professionals will speak at the ABI Annual Spring Meeting (April 20-22), a gathering of bankruptcy and insolvency professionals from across the country.
Anzenberger is joined by fellow panelists Bodie Colwell of Preti Flaherty and Sarah Primrose of King & Spalding. The Hon. Hannah Blumenstiel, U.S. Bankruptcy Court (N.D. Cal.), will serve as moderator. The panel is hosted by the ABI Ethics and Professional Compensation and Young & New Members committees.
Anzenberger serves as co-chair of ABI’s Ethics and Professional Compensation Committee and sits on the advisory board for the ABI Southeast Bankruptcy Workshop. He also authors articles for the ABI Journal and committee newsletters.
In 2022, ABI selected Anzenberger among the “40 Under 40”, honoring up-and-coming business professionals who demonstrate ability, leadership, and achievement in the bankruptcy and insolvency community. Anzenberger has been named by clients and peers among the Mid-South Rising Stars® (by Thomson Reuters), Best Lawyers® Ones to Watch, and Leadership in Law by Mississippi Business Journal.
Practicing in the Adams and Reese Jackson office, Anzenberger represents lenders in commercial restructuring and bankruptcy — defending preference actions, lender-liability claims and creditors in adversary proceedings, prosecuting objections to discharge, and pursuing fraudulent transfers. He represents the interests of financial institutions and creditors in bankruptcy cases, litigates in state and federal courts, and serves as an appellate litigator in financial services cases. Anzenberger is licensed to practice in Mississippi and North Carolina.