Amy Brown concentrates her practice on creditors’ rights in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and other bankruptcy-related litigation. She has represented numerous creditors, including banks, landlords, mortgage holders, equipment lessors, management companies, home owner associations, employees and personal injury plaintiffs.
Amy has represented plaintiffs and defendants in “preference” litigation and other adversary proceedings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. She also has represented commercial and consumer debtors in Chapter 7 proceedings.
Amy also practices in the area of probate and estate administration, and routinely drafts wills, powers of attorney and advance health-care directives. She also is experienced in forming and advising business entities, commercial litigation, workers’ compensation, and general business litigation. She has represented businesses and individuals in breach of contract actions, employment disputes and debt collection matters. Amy routinely handles real estate closings, landlord tenant matters, and general property disputes.
Amy has appeared on behalf of clients in family court proceedings, including custody matters, protection from abuse hearings, and child support enforcement matters.
Before joining Margolis Edelstein, Amy practiced at a boutique Delaware law firm that focused on corporate bankruptcy, business litigation, real estate, and director and officer liability. Before attending law school, Amy worked as a social worker and case manager for a Delaware nonprofit organization.