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Mark Campbell Law
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  MARK R. CAMPBELL
 
     

EDUCATION
University of Southern California School of Law, Los Angeles, CA, J.D., - June, 1992
Recipient of American Jurisprudence Award in Real Property Transactions
Legal Extern for the Honorable Harry C. Hupp, United States District Court, Central District of California

University of California at Irvine, Irvine, CA, M.S. Mathematics - June, 1984

Biola University, La Mirada, CA, B.S., Mathematics June, 1981

BAR MEMBERSHIP
Admitted to the California State Bar; U.S. District Court, - December, 1992
Central District of California; Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

BOARD CERTIFIED SPECIALIST
Nationally Board Certified as a Business Bankruptcy Law Specialist by the American Board of Certification since May, 2001.

REPORTED CASES
Wechsler v. Macke Int’l Trade, Inc. (In re Macke Int’l Trade, Inc.), 370 B.R. 236, (B.A.P. 9 th Cir. 2007);

United States ex rel. IRS v. Galletti (In re Galletti), 298 F.3d 1107 (9th Cir. 2002); Amended on denial of Rehearing and Rehearing En Banc at 314 F.3d 336 at 338.

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

  • Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1999, California State Bar Annual Convention, 1999.
  • 1998 Revisions to the Bankruptcy Code Affecting Chapter 7, 11, and 13, Section Education Institute, State Bar of California, Fall 1998.

PUBLICATIONS

  • "Executory Contracts: Retention Without Assumption in Chapter 11,
    Ride-Through Revisited" American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, March, 2000, page 33. Co-authored by Robert C. Hastie.

    • Cited in: In re Hernandez, 287 B.R. 795 (Bankr. D. Ariz. 2002); Also, see Diamond Z Trailor, Inc. v. JZ L.L.C. (In re JZ L.L.C.), 371 B.R. 412 (B.A.P. 9 th Cir. 2007); “Ride-through Revisited (Again)” American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, June, 2005. By: Mette H. Kurth and Joel Ohlgren.

  • "Rough Rider - Debtors Can Retain ‘Catapult Contracts’ Without Assumption" Los Angeles Daily Journal, The Practitioner, November 8, 1999, page 7 California Bankruptcy Reporter, December, 1999. Co-authored by Robert C. Hastie.

  • "Eligibility Enigma - Chapter 13 Limits Are Not What They Appear" Los Angeles Daily Journal, The Practitioner, August 9, 1999, page 7 and California Bankruptcy Reporter, October, 1999;

  • "Reorganization of Small Proprietorships Under Chapter 13 - Much of What Congress Has Given, The Courts Have Taken Away", Business Law News, State Bar of California, Business Law Section, Winter 1999 and Quarterly, National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees, April/May/June, 1999.

AREAS OF PRACTICE
Insolvency and commercial law representing debtors, creditors, fiduciaries, purchasers, and other interested parties in a variety of complex matters involving creditor debtor relations law including business reorganizations through bankruptcy or workouts; business liquidations through bankruptcy, receiverships, assignments for the benefit of creditors, or dissolution; and individual insolvency matters.

BACKGROUND EXPERIENCE

Software Engineer
Rockwell International, Anaheim, CA - 1984 - 1989
Responsible for flight simulation program.

Lecturer and Teacher of Mathematics at the following universities:

  • University of California at Irvine
  • California State University, Fullerton
  • National University at Irvine
 
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