PHILADELPHIA, PA, October 3, 2003 – Beth Stern Fleming, a Stevens & Lee shareholder and Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy/Workout Department, presented “Equipment Leasing” as part of the Commercial Document Series sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute held on August 20.
Beth Stern Fleming represents equipment lessors, landlords, manufacturers and lenders in debt restructures, asset recovery and bankruptcies. Ms. Fleming has represented major equipment lessors and creditors in the Enron, Kmart, Ameriserve, Fleming, Newpower, AHERF, ANC Rental, Discovery Zone, Hechinger, Homeplace Stores, Montgomery Ward, Planet Hollywood, Jumbo Sports, Crowley Miner, Nationwise Automotive, Harnischfeger, Marchfirst, REAL, Laura Ashley and Commercial Financial Services bankruptcies. She is a resident in the Firm’s Philadelphia office.
As one of the deepest, most experienced practices in the Mid-Atlantic region, Stevens & Lee’s bankruptcy/workout group acts as counsel to lenders, creditors’ committees and debtors in large complex matters within and outside our geographic region, including matters with international components.
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