American College of Bankruptcy, an honorary association of bankruptcy and insolvency professionals, has invited Paul R. Hage, partner at Southfield’s Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss, to become a fellow in its 34th class.
“Paul’s extensive expertise in bankruptcy and insolvency law and his dedication to the profession and the community make him the ideal candidate for this honor,” says Mark Cooper, CEO of Jaffe. “Paul has been a member of the Jaffe team for more than 15 years and we are honored to be able to celebrate this outstanding, career achievement with him.”
Fellows are invited to join the college based on their proven records of the highest standards of professionalism and service to bankruptcy practice, the profession, and their communities. Inductees exhibit leadership, integrity, and scholarship and have a minimum of 15 years of practice, 10 of which must involve specialization in bankruptcy and insolvency.
Hage leads Jaffe’s insolvency and reorganization practice group and is also a member of the firm’s diversity, equity, and inclusion committee. He represents debtors, creditors’ committees, secured and unsecured creditors, asset purchasers and trustees in bankruptcy proceedings nationwide.
Hage will be inducted as a fellow of the 34th class of the American College of Bankruptcy at a ceremony to be held at the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery Atrium in Washington, D.C. on March 24.
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