Moore & Van Allen Announces New Members
Moore & Van Allen’s Management Committee has announced the election of Litigation attorney Neil Bloomfield, Financial Services attorney Tripp Monroe, and Bankruptcy attorney Caroline Yingling as the Firm’s newest members.
Neil Bloomfield has broad experience in complex commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution matters, including contract disputes, insurance defense and bankruptcy proceedings in both the federal and state court systems. In addition to litigation and arbitration, Mr. Bloomfield has advised his clients on a variety of issues, including structured finance and subprime lending disputes, race and gender discrimination and Sarbanes-Oxley employment disputes.
Tripp Monroe's practice focuses on representation of banks, financial institutions and corporate clients in connection with secured and unsecured lending transactions, including single-lender, club and syndicated senior debt facilities, acquisition financing and asset based lending.
Caroline Yingling focuses her practice on representing secured and unsecured creditors, particularly lenders and other financial institutions, in restructuring troubled credit facilities. She has also assisted lenders facing intercreditor issues, as well as companies in corporate workouts. Yingling regularly defends corporate clients in connection with bankruptcy-related proceedings, with particular emphasis on resolving lawsuits brought for return of preferential transfers.