A member of Moore & Van Allen’s management committee and co-leader of its Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring team, Cynthia Lowery brings more than 30 years experience to her practice area. She is a frequent speaker on creditors’ rights and brings her wide-ranging clients sophisticated counsel in all areas of collections and creditor’s rights, including bankruptcy, restructures, foreclosures and execution of judgments. A South Carolina Supreme Court Certified Specialist in bankruptcy and debtor/creditor law, she represents businesses, banks, various lending institutions, credit unions and landlords in pursuing creditors’ rights in bankruptcy cases and workouts/restructures.
Lowery also provides in-house training to creditors, educating financial institutions on the proper and most efficient means for collections, including rights and remedies in bankruptcy cases.
In 1993, she was appointed to the United States Panel of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustees for the State of South Carolina, resigning in 2000 to devote more time to creditor representation.
Lowery is also former chair of The Supreme Court of South Carolina Commission’s Bankruptcy and Debtor-Creditor Law Specialization Advisory Board. She is licensed in both South Carolina and North Carolina courts.