Frost Brown Todd’s (FBT) Bankruptcy & Restructuring practice group leader, Doug Lutz, has been selected to be inducted as a Fellow in the American College of Bankruptcy (ACB). He is one of 37 nominees from across the globe receiving this honor. ACB Fellows are selected by ACB’s Board of Regents after receiving recommendations from the Circuit Admissions Councils and Committees for Judicial and International Fellows. Lutz was chosen based on his expertise, scholarship and service to the bankruptcy practice and his community. He will be inducted during a ceremony in Washington D.C. in March 2021.
Lutz currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the American Bankruptcy Institute as Vice President of Education. He represents corporate debtors, secured creditors, creditor’s committees, ad hoc committees, landlords, unsecured creditors, distressed investors and trustees in multimillion-dollar bankruptcy cases and out-of-court workouts.
FBT’s Bankruptcy & Restructuring practice represents parties in insolvency matters in more than 25 states across the U.S. and in significant overseas matters. Recent national engagements include the official committee of unsecured creditors appointed in the Stein Mart Stores and RGN-Group Holdings chapter 11 bankruptcy cases in Florida and Delaware.
About the American College of Bankruptcy:
The American College of Bankruptcy (ACB) is an honorary public service association of the U.S. and international insolvency professionals. It is dedicated to enhancing professionalism, scholarship, diversity, and service in bankruptcy and insolvency law and practice. The ACB facilitates the effective domestic and cross-border application of bankruptcy and insolvency laws and the administration of justice in the courts through, among other activities, conducting professional educational programs, sponsoring the publication of scholarly reports, and maintaining the National Bankruptcy Archives. The College also funds projects that improve the quality of bankruptcy law and practice.