Bryan A. Albue
Recognized in:Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization LawLitigation - Bankruptcy
Law School:University of Wisconsin Law School
Location:201 East Washington Street, Suite 800Phoenix, AZ 85004
- University of Illinois, BS, graduated 1977
- The University of Akron, MA, graduated 1980
- University of Wisconsin Law School, JD, graduated 1984
- American Bankruptcy Institute - Member
- Animal Rescue Foster Program, Maricopa County Animal Care & Control, 2002-present - Volunteer
- Arizona Animal Welfare League, 1998-2002 - Board of Directors and Past President
- Arizona School of Real Estate & Business, 2009 - Faculty
- FACC’s – Friends of Animal Care and Control, 2002-2008 - Board of Directors and Past President
- Arizona Humane Society, 2015-Present - Board of Directors
- State and Regional Levels, Arizona High School Mock Trial Program, 2002-present - Judge
- The Nash, 2014-Present - President, Board of Directors
- Wisconsin and Illinois (inactive), 1982 - Professional Engineer
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for work in:
- Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law
- Litigation - Bankruptcy
- Principally responsible for drafting plan in individual Chapter 11 case with assets totaling over $52 million.
- Represented landlord in matter adverse to tenant, a 30 plus lawyer law firm, in lease termination agreement, with insolvency and potential bankruptcy issues.
- Represented Committee of Unsecured Creditors in Chapter 11 bankruptcy case filed by an aircraft refurbishing company under indictment for alleged violations of the Arms Export Control Act in matters involving a potentially significant contract with the military of a foreign country.
- Served a national bankruptcy counsel for public company in asset purchases in bankruptcy, preference and other avoidance actions, negotiation of post-petition contracts and assumption and rejection proceedings, and lien foreclosure and enforcement matters, and drafting corporate guidelines dealing with customers in bankruptcy.
- Represented national retail company in bankruptcy matters, including acquisition of multiple non-residential real property leases in Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, rejection of non-residential property lease by lessor in Chapter 11 bankruptcy case and multiple actions to enforce leases of tenants and subtenants in shopping centers.
- Represented borrower/property owner in receivership action involving golf course and clubhouse at exclusive planned community.
- Represented regional shopping center in proceeding relating to constitutionality of bankruptcy provisions resulting in deemed rejection of ground lease. (In re Arizona Appetito’s Stores, Inc., 893 F.2d 216 (9th Cir.1990)).
- Represented telecommunications company in matter involving applicability of rights afforded utilities under Bankruptcy Code in Chapter 13 cases. (Steinebach v. Tucson Elec. Power Co. (In re Steinebach), 303 B.R. 634, 641 (Bankr.D.Ariz.2004)).
- Represented creditors in proceeding to determine eligibility of debtors for Chapter 13. (In re Johnson, 191 B.R. 184 (Bankr.D.Ariz.1996)).
- Represented creditor in proceeding involving exempt status of retirement accounts. (In re Flindall, 105 B.R. 32 (Bankr.D.Ariz.1989)).
- Presenter, Individual Chapter 11 Cases, Arizona State Bar Convention, June 2009.
- Presenter, What Every Contractor Intending to Stay in Business Needs to Know about Liens, Home Builders Association of Central Arizona, January 2009
- Presenter, Bankruptcy in Arizona, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education Seminar, May 2004, May 2005, May 2006 and January 2009
- Presenter, Receivers and Real Property Foreclosures, Arizona School of Real Estate & Business, December 2008.
- Presenter, Single Asset Real Estate Bankruptcy Cases, Maricopa County Bar Association, June 2008
- Presenter, Foreclosure and Repossession in Arizona, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education Seminar, March 2008
- Presenter, Understanding the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005 in Arizona, Lorman Education Services Continuing Legal Education Seminar, November 2005
- Presenter, Effect of the New Bankruptcy Act on Retirement Plans, Western Pension & Benefits Conference, Phoenix Chapter, September 2005
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