Kadee Anderson, Adine Momoh Appointed to the Federal Practice Committee in Minnesota
The FPC works to assist the federal court regarding local rules of practice and procedure. The committee is comprised of federal practitioners, court staff, judges and law clerks for the District of Minnesota.
Anderson is a litigator representing plaintiffs and defendants in product liability, tort litigation, health care litigation, wrongful death and insurance litigation matters. She has represented medical technology companies and health care providers in cases involving catastrophic injuries and death in state and federal courts across the country. She also has represented insurers in claims for failure to pay health care benefits under employee benefit plans and policyholders in life insurance disputes. She devotes time to pro bono work in the areas of immigration law and insurance litigation.
Momoh is a trial attorney representing clients in state and federal courts across the country in matters involving banking litigation, probate and estates and trust litigation and creditors’ rights and bankruptcy. With respect to her bankruptcy practice specifically, Momoh represents clients in matters involving cash collateral, DIP financing, 363 sales, plan confirmation, claim and administrative expense resolution and defense, fraudulent conveyance, preferential transfers and other avoidance actions. Momoh serves on the boards of various organizations, including The Saint Paul Foundation, Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers, the Federal Bar Association’s Minnesota Chapter and the International Women’s Insolvency and Reorganization Confederation–Minnesota Network.