JULIA PITNEY JOINS DRUMMOND WOODSUM'S BANKRUPTCY, RESTRUCTURING & CREDITORS' RIGHTS PRACTICE GROUP
January 19, 2016
Drummond Woodsum, a premier northern New England law firm, is pleased to announce that attorney Julia (Greenleaf) Pitney has joined the firm's Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights and Trial Services Groups. Julia will be based in the firm's growing Portland, Maine office and her practice will focus on bankruptcy matters and debtor/creditor litigation.
"Julia is an exceptional trial attorney and highly regarded in the Maine legal community," said Jeremy R. Fischer, who is the firm's practice group leader for Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights. "We are excited to have such a versatile and accomplished attorney join our firm."
Prior to joining Drummond Woodsum, Julia spent ten years practicing in Lewiston and Portland, Maine. She has substantial experience representing national and local lenders and servicers in all phases of litigation and workouts. She also represents clients in bankruptcy cases, including secured and unsecured creditors (including official and ad hoc committees), trustees, purchasers of distressed assets, and directors and officers of troubled companies.
"I am excited to work with the talented team of attorneys at Drummond Woodsum and to further its reputation as the ‘go to' restructuring and creditors' rights group in Northern New England," said Pitney. "Drummond Woodsum provides the perfect platform for me to continue developing my practice and offer top-notch services."
Julia is a 2006 graduate from The University of Maine School of Law. While in law school, Julia was a Case Note and Comment Editor for the Maine Law Review, served as a Bernstein Fellow to the Honorable Joyce Wheeler, and worked as a student prosecutor at the Cumberland County District Attorney's office in Portland.