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Attorney David Anthony Quoted in the Tennessean on Bankruptcy Concerns as Coronavirus Crisis Intensifies
Bone McAllester Norton attorney David Anthony was recently featured in the Tennessean sharing tips on how to avoid bankruptcy as the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on the economy.
He expressed the need to be proactive and for those who are out of work or actively losing income to not wait until they are completely out of money to take action.
“If they feel like they’re in the pinch now, reach out to the landlord, reach out to the bank now,” he said in the article.
Anthony is a veteran attorney with experience representing banks, businesses and individuals in the areas of commercial litigation, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy and lien litigation. He routinely appears in state, federal and bankruptcy courts throughout Tennessee. In addition to his litigation practice, he has significant experience in the review, analysis and preparation of commercial contracts, including leases, loan documents and other commercial contracts.
To read the article, visit The Tennessean’s website.