On October 8, 2020, Brya Keilson participated in a panel discussion for the American Bankruptcy Institute's Insolvency 2020 Virtual Summit.
As a leader in her field, Brya served on a panel with numerous bankruptcy judges and legal professionals for the insightful panel entitled “NCBJ: Ethics: Now that You’re Employed, Here's How to Avoid Stubbing Your Ethical Toe," which focused on the ethical issues that arise in bankruptcy proceedings.
Brya and her co-panelists discussed thorny ethical issues that bankruptcy professionals face in their consumer and business practices, and how to successfully navigate these issues before the bankruptcy court.
At Morris James, Brya counsels clients on commercial bankruptcy, restructuring and insolvency matters. She represents Chapter 11 debtors, insurers in all facets of bankruptcy-related issues, creditors' committees, liquidating trustees, trade creditors and financial institutions, purchasers of assets, and both plaintiffs and defendants in numerous avoidance actions, including preference and fraudulent transfer actions.