Kevin Meek has experience representing debtors, creditors, Chapter 11 creditor committees, and court-appointed receivers and bankruptcy trustees with regard to insolvencies, business bankruptcy planning, litigation, state and federal receiverships, and Commercial Law disputes. His litigation practice includes: prosecuting fraudulent transfer actions, prosecuting preferential transfer actions, defending against nondischargeability and revocation of discharge claims, and representing clients in claims disputes and asset sales. Mr. Meek has also handled appeals as both appellant and appellee.
Mr. Meek is a member the Executive Committee of the Bankruptcy Section of the Beverly Hills Bar Association, the Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum, and the Financial Lawyers Conference. In 2011, Mr. Meek won the grand prize of the Beverly Hills Bar Association’s “Rule of Law” Competition for his publication, “The Rule of Law, its Foundations in Philosophy, and its Application in the United States.” While at UCLA School of Law, Mr. Meek was a first place finisher in the Akin Gump Trial Advocacy Competition, and served as Co-Chair of the Teen Court Clinic, which seeks to provide high school teenagers exposure and insight into the legal system.