Corey is a litigator in bankruptcy, business and commercial litigation. His background and education in business, having also received a MBA, provides a unique perspective in litigating complex adversary proceedings in bankruptcy cases, and in federal and state court businesses and commercial litigation.
Corey represents bankruptcy trustees, creditors, committees of unsecured creditors, assignees for the benefit of creditors, receivers, municipalities and “clawback” plaintiffs and defendants in contested matters and adversary proceedings in bankruptcy proceedings, and in federal and state court litigation. He frequently litigates complex fraudulent transfer and preference actions, including fraudulent transfer actions in Ponzi scheme cases.
Corey worked for IBM’s international financial consolidation group within IBM’s personal computer division while earning his MBA from the University of Notre Dame. His strong business and finance background allows him to provide advice and counsel in cases involving multifaceted financial and business issues, fraud, breaches of duty and fraudulent transfers.
Corey is the Co-Chair of the Insolvency Law Committee for 2015-2016. The Insolvency Law Committee is a standing committee of the Business Law Section of the State Bar of California. Corey was previously appointed by the Executive Committee of the State Bar of California Business Law Section as a member of the Insolvency Law Committee in 2012, and served as the Insolvency Law e-Bulletin Co-Editor-in-Chief for 2013-2014.