Jason Curry practices in the firm's Restructuring, Bankruptcy & Creditor's Rights Group. His recent experience includes:
- Representing commercial lenders and debtors in connection with pre-bankruptcy loan restructurings, bankruptcy reorganizations, and all aspects of litigation, appeals, and enforcement.
- Representing creditors and debtors in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 proceedings.
- Assisting lending institutions/banks in connection with foreclosures, receiverships, and workout strategies in various debt collection activities in state and federal court.
- Representing clients in stay relief negotiations and litigation, claims litigation, plan confirmation proceedings, and other bankruptcy matters.
- Bankruptcy, Restructuring, and Creditor's Rights
- Banking & Financial Institutions
Education and Honors
- Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D., summa cum laude, 2008)
- Order of the Coif. Texas Tech Law Review, Vol. 40, Comment Editor. Texas Bank Lawyer, Editorial Board (2007–2008)
- 2008 American College of Bankruptcy Distinguished Bankruptcy Law Student for the 5th Circuit, Nominee
- 2008 Prof. Dean Pawlowic Award for Excellence in Bankruptcy and Banking Law. 2008 Texas Bankruptcy Bar Association
- Frank R. Murray Award. Regent's Scholarship
- Arizona State University (M.Ed., 2005)
- University of New Mexico (B.S., 1999)
- Federal District Court, District of Arizona
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit
Professional and Civic Activities
- Young Life of Tempe, Volunteer Committee Member
- Phoenix Children's Hospital Foundation, Corporate Committee Member
- Arizona Certified: Principal (K-12) and; Teacher (K-12)
- Selected for inclusion in Southwest Super Lawyers® – Rising Stars (2015–2016: Bankruptcy: Business)