BCLP Attorney Named to 20/20 Partners Rising Young Leader Inaugural Class
BCLP Associate Timothy Bow has been named to the inaugural group of 20/20 Partners Rising Young Leader Award recipients, an honor from the American Bar Association Business Law Section.
A program of the ABA Business Bankruptcy Committee (BBC), this award recognizes the nation’s top 20 young bankruptcy lawyers. Nominees were evaluated for their emerging leadership, professional contributions, high-quality bankruptcy work, personal skills and integrity.
Tim is a restructuring associate who represents debtors, creditors, equity holders and other stakeholders in all aspects of corporate restructuring, bankruptcy, corporate liability management and insolvency proceedings. He has represented clients in a variety of industries, including energy, retail, software, manufacturing and automotive. He has particular experience representing large, corporate debtors in complex Chapter 11 matters. Tim regularly advises clients on corporate governance issues facing financially distressed companies, including liability management strategies and fiduciary duties.
During the next two years, Tim and all of the award recipients will have an opportunity to partner with the ABA Committee by speaking on programs, podcasts or webinars; authoring articles for the committee’s e-newsletter that is distributed to 1,500 committee members, or in Business Law Today that is shared with 30,000 Business Law Section members and accessible by non-ABA members; or preparing program materials posted on the ABA website and accessible to more than 190,000 ABA members.
The 20/20 Partners Rising Young Leader Award recipients will be honored at the Business Bankruptcy Committee leadership dinner during the 2021 National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, set for Oct. 6-9 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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