August 12, 2014

Clarissa Collier Appointed As Colorado Bar Association Delegate to American Bar Association House of Delegates

Clarissa Collier Appointed As Colorado Bar Association Delegate to American Bar Association House of Delegates

The Colorado Bar Association appointed Clarissa Collier to serve as a Delegate to the American Bar Association’s House of Delegates. Appointments are made by the CBA President and approved by the Executive Council or Board of Governors.

The American Bar Association is the largest voluntary professional association in the world, with more than 400,000 active members. The administration and control of the ABA rests with the House of Delegates, the policy-making body of the association. The Delegates have a wide range of duties which include traveling to designated cities to attend each House meeting, participating in its proceedings, and discharging the House’s responsibilities. As a Delegate, Collier, will keep the CBA informed of House actions and, to the extent possible, of matters pending before the House.

Collier is an associate at Holland & Hart in Denver, practicing primarily in bankruptcy, representing creditors in chapter 11 reorganizations and chapter 7 liquidations. In addition, she represents corporations, businesses of varying sizes, and individuals in a broad array of commercial litigation matters and contractual disputes.

In her bankruptcy practice, Collier provides counsel to various types of creditors, including financial institutions, trade creditors, and individual creditors regarding bankruptcy law and procedure. She also represents creditors in bankruptcy litigation including, defending against preference and fraudulent transfer actions and prosecuting non-dischargeability of debt actions.

In state and federal court, Collier represents clients through the litigation process and during post-judgment discovery disputes.


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