Background & Current Emphasis
Curt brings more than a decade of experience in a variety of practice areas to MBCB, including commercial litigation, secured transactions, creditor’s rights and bankruptcy. Curt represents lenders, landlords, secured and unsecured creditors, businesses, trustees, and debtors in receiverships, foreclosure actions, enforcement actions, bankruptcy proceedings, and pre-bankruptcy workouts. His creditor’s rights practice is focused on helping creditors secure loans and enforce and protect their rights under security agreements, including recovering and liquidating collateral in the event of non-payment. In representing trustees, Curt applies his creditor’s rights expertise to assist trustees in identifying, collecting, and liquidating a debtor’s assets. He also frequently represents creditors in bankruptcy proceedings to help them protect their interests by filing proofs of claim, seeking relief from the automatic stay, filing actions to except their debt from discharge and oppose actions under section 547 of the Bankruptcy Code seeking to avoid and recover payments made to the creditor by the debtor. Curt enjoys helping clients protect their interests by explaining how the bankruptcy code will likely apply to their case, and the options available to them.
- B.A., Political Science and Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh, 2003
- J.D., Capital University Law School, 2010
- Carmel Dads Coaching
- Indianapolis Bar Association Legal Line
- Exodus Refugee Immigration