Maggie focuses on representing creditors in bankruptcy clawback actions. Prior to starting an independent practice, she gained substantial experience in handling complex bankruptcy adversary proceedings involving preference and fraudulent transfer claims, negligent misrepresentation, and violations of state securities regulations among other counts. In her last law firm experience, as a team head, Maggie was managing over sixty such cases involving claim amounts ranging from under $50,000 to over $2,000,000. While working on these matters, Maggie developed a clear understanding of the right strategies and optimal solutions required for an effective bankruptcy clawback defense.
Maggie’s prior professional experience also includes working as a tax consultant on various tax matters involving Polish and European Union laws. Working in tax law groomed her to be commercially aware and led her to develop a keen ability to analyze complex laws and regulations in addition to her excellent communication and problem-solving skills. Her experience in this field of law helps her understand debtor matters from a unique perspective and positively adds to her niche law practice focused on commercial bankruptcy clawback litigation.
Maggie strives to attain her clients’ objectives quickly and cost-effectively with not only aggressive advocacy but also by working with co-counsel in New York and local counsel in other jurisdictions on a case-by-case basis when necessary. She founded her independent practice with a vision to provide outstanding legal services to her clients with the highest levels of integrity, responsiveness, and efficiency.
Maggie earned her JD from the University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law in Gainesville, Florida (2013), and her Bachelor in Business Administration from Emory University, Goizueta Business School in Atlanta, Georgia (2006).
"I started this practice to bring genuine care to my clients, to make the complexity of law, simple."