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Published: August 14, 2023
Orlando, FL) A national speaker and author on creditors’ rights and bankruptcy law, Dean Mead attorney James Timko was asked to comment on a lawsuit against FTX Europe executives in Fortune magazine’s article “Crypto.com was among dozens of potential suitors for FTX Europe. But the bankruptcy estate isn’t selling it.”
A national speaker and author on creditors’ rights and bankruptcy law, James shared “The trustees made the calculus that it wasn’t worth $320 million,” referring to the size of the FTX lawsuit. The bankruptcy estate is trying to recover as much money as possible through the lawsuit against FTX Europe executives. In the article, James described the lawsuit as an academic economic decision.
An attorney with the firm’s Litigation Department, James is a recipient of the Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating and has been recognized as a Best Lawyer in America. He received his JD from Emory University School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Rutgers College. James is licensed to practice in Florida and California. To learn more about James please visit: bit.ly/3K11Z3S.