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Evan Miller Elected to Philadelphia Bar Association’s Business Law Section Executive Board

Wilmington, Delaware- Bayard, P.A. is pleased to announce that Evan T. Miller has been elected the Secretary and Treasurer for the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Business Law Section. Evan, who has previously served as the Communications Officer for the organization, will assume his new role effective immediately.

One of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s oldest and largest sections, the Business Law Section has a mission to offer business lawyers numerous educational opportunities across a broad range of substantive areas as well as opportunities to network with other attorneys sharing similar professional interests. The Section’s committees plan continuing legal education programming and keep their members up to date on current events in more than a dozen substantive areas.

Evan T. Miller is a director in Bayard’s Business Restructuring & Liquidations group. He concentrates his practice in the areas of corporate bankruptcy and restructuring, representing debtors and trustees, in addition to preference and fraudulent transfer defendants, official committees of unsecured creditors, secured creditors, and asset purchasers in bankruptcy courts across the country. Evan is also the creator of the Avoidance Action Update Blog at avoidanceactionupdate.bayardlaw.com, which tracks the latest developments in avoidance action case law and jurisprudence.

About Bayard, P.A.
Bayard, P.A. is a commercial law firm that also provides personal legal services. The firm combines the experience in complex legal transactions and litigation found in larger firms with the accessibility and personal attention typical of smaller firms. We make it our mission to understand our clients’ business or personal legal challenges without the inefficiencies associated with multiple layers of professionals. At Bayard, we are committed to our clients’ success through innovative approaches to their most demanding business and legal challenges.

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