Danielle Kemp focuses her practice on bankruptcy and commercial litigation. She possesses deep bankruptcy experience, representing debtors, trustees and creditors in Chapter 11 bankruptcy matters, and litigating numerous bankruptcy claims, adversary proceedings, and preference actions. Ms. Kemp also advises on a wide range of civil litigation matters, representing clients at the trial and appellate levels in commercial lease disputes, commercial loan disputes and foreclosures, garnishments, business tort litigation, and qui tam cases. In addition, Ms. Kemp regularly takes and defends depositions, drafts and argues important dispositive motions, negotiates settlement agreements, and generally handles all facets of commercial cases in state and federal court.
- Business reorganizations
- Creditors' rights
- Commercial litigation
- False Claims Act matters, including qui tam litigation