John H. Lee focuses his practice on bankruptcy and restructuring, complex business litigation, and creditors' rights. John represents bankruptcy trustees in their administration of Chapter 7 debtor cases including all aspects of analyzing and reconstructing financial records, sales of bankruptcy assets and bankruptcy litigation. He also advises debtors and creditors in relation to their rights in bankruptcy proceedings and how to protect those rights.
John is an avid University of Miami college football fan. He enjoys going to the beach and CrossFit. He was born in Corvallis, Oregon.
University of Miami, B.B.A., Economics; Legal Studies, 2007
University of Miami, J.D., 2011
United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, 2011
In re Comprehensive Clinical Development, Inc. – Represented the General Unsecured Creditor’s Committee in a Chapter 11 proceeding where the debtor, a medical research and clinical studies company, sought to reorganize its assets by selling its late phase and early phase clinical research facilities.
In re Ramirez – Represented Chapter 7 Trustee in an adversary proceeding to revoke the Debtor’s discharge.
In re Kechagias – Represented Chapter 7 Trustee in successful, six-figure settlement of litigation claims against defendants.
IN THE COMMUNITY
Member, Bankruptcy Bar Association for the Southern District of Florida
Member, Miami-Dade County Bar Association
Bankruptcy and Restructuring
Complex Business Litigation