Jennifer L. Pruski is a shareholder in the litigation, property management, and bankruptcy departments of Trainor Fairbrook. Her primary areas of practice are business disputes, bankruptcy, property management and real property litigation. She regularly represents property owners in lease disputes, partners in business disputes, and creditors in bankruptcy. Ms. Pruski also has extended her representation to international banks relating to real and personal property foreclosures, collection work and the sale of commercial properties. She manages and supervises the litigation and collection efforts for a local Sacramento Valley property owner and developer. Ms. Pruski became a Certified Specialist in the Area of Creditors’ Rights by the American Board of Certification in 2016. The examination and qualification process is vigorous and ensures that only the best of the best become a Certified Specialist in California.
Since joining Trainor Fairbrook, Ms. Pruski has represented individuals as well as corporations in a variety of real property-related matters which have lead to a greater involvement in bankruptcy and creditors' rights. She routinely prepares motions for relief from stay, objections to plans of reorganization that do not provide for an adequate distribution to her clients, defends proofs of claim, seeks orders requiring post-petition payments when appropriate, and participates in evidentiary hearings on confirmation matters. Using her extensive experience in asset investigation and judgment collection, she evaluates the likelihood of recovery in any matter and provides clients with a candid assessment of what a client can expect from a particular dispute.
Prior to Trainor Fairbrook, Ms. Pruski represented the marine industry in administrative hearings before the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and in litigation before the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, the Marin County Superior Court, and the First District Court of Appeal. She routinely defended product manufacturers and property owners, including all the major ski areas in California and Nevada, in litigation.