Adine Momoh Appointed to Minnesota Bankruptcy Court Committee
Partner Adine Momoh has been appointed to serve on the Bankruptcy Practice Committee for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of Minnesota.
The committee's main function is to address and recommend needed changes to the local rules – rules and forms that govern practice and procedure in bankruptcy cases and proceedings in the District of Minnesota. The committee also serves as a liaison between the Bankruptcy Court and the bankruptcy community, providing input and suggestions for improving the administration of bankruptcy cases and proceedings.
Momoh and members of the committee represent the full spectrum of bankruptcy and debtor-creditor practices and serve designated terms, but are not able to provide legal advice in their capacity as committee members.
Momoh defends complex business and commercial litigation matters for securities, banking, estates and trust clients, and resolves creditors' rights and bankruptcy cases in state and federal courts nationwide. Momoh co-chairs the firm’s Estates and Trusts Litigation Group, where she leverages her experience in estates and trusts litigation and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights to provide sophisticated advice and advocacy when disputes arise involving wealth management, wealth transfer and tax strategy. She also handles complex business and regulatory disputes and investigations for Fortune 500 companies and emerging entrepreneurs. Actively involved in the legal and broader community, Momoh also serves on the boards of various nonprofits, including the Saint Paul and Minnesota Foundation, where she chairs the foundation’s Community Impact Committee and serves on the foundation’s Executive Committee.
Momoh's term will run through December 2024.
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