Ballard Spahr's Tobey Daluz Inducted as Fellow of American College of Bankruptcy
Ms. Daluz, co-leader of Ballard Spahr’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Group, was inducted March 24 as a member of the College’s 34th Class of Fellows during a ceremony at the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Membership in the College is by invitation and recognizes “exceptional bankruptcy professionals for their work, their contributions to the administration of justice, their public service, and their integrity.”
The College “employs the talents, resources, and goodwill of its Fellows to enhance professional excellence, collegiality, scholarship, and service in bankruptcy and insolvency law and practice, and to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within the College and across the profession.”
The College conducts professional educational programs, sponsors publication of scholarly reports, and maintains the National Bankruptcy Archives. The organization also funds projects to improve the quality of bankruptcy law and practice, as well as access to justice, in particular through grants by the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation to fund pro bono legal service programs and other activities.
Ms. Daluz focuses on corporate restructuring, workouts, and general bankruptcy litigation. She represents debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, insurers, indenture trustees, and official committees in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, as well as buyers of assets in the context of sales under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code. Ms. Daluz also has particular experience in Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcies. She is the founding partner and former Office Managing Partner of the firm's office in Wilmington, Delaware. She held a position on the firm’s Executive Management Team for five years and served two consecutive three-year terms as a member of the firm’s Elected Board.
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