John J. Dyer

John J. Dyer focuses his practice on business reorganization and financial restructuring, with an emphasis on asset-based and debtor-in-possession lending.


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Areas of Practice 1) Business Reorganization & Financial Restructuring, 2) Financial Institutions, 3) Bankruptcy, 4) Debtor-in-possession lending, 5) Financial restructuring, 6) Asset-based lending and 7) General commercial litigation
Law School J.D., cum laude, Georgia State University College of Law, 2002
Admitted Year 2002
Education B.A., Longwood University, 1998
Bar Member / Association state bar of Georgia
Most recent firm Greenberg Traurig LLP
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