Greg Schwegmann is a partner at Reid Collins & Tsai. Greg regularly appears in federal and state courts and arbitrations across the country representing clients in high-stakes, complex commercial litigations, in cases involving financial fraud, securities matters, professional/fiduciary liability, and cross-border financial litigation. His clients include bankruptcy trustees, foreign liquidators, federal receivers, distressed corporations, and investors, among others.
Greg led the team that won a landmark victory in the Seventh Circuit concerning the scope of section 546(e) of the Bankruptcy Code. The case is currently pending before the United States Supreme Court. Greg wrote an article on the Seventh Circuit’s decision that was published in the ABI Journal.
Greg received his J.D. from New York University School of Law and his B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin where he graduated with honors from the College of Liberal Arts and with special distinction in Philosophy. Between undergrad and law school, Greg served as a Peace Corps Volunteer for two years in Tanzania, East Africa.
Greg is also a member of the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers, the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees, the American Bankruptcy Institute, and INSOL International.
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