One E. Washington, Suite 1600 Phoenix, AZ 85004-2553 602-257-7422 www.gustlaw.com One S. Church, Suite 1900 Tucson, AZ 85701-1627 520-628-7070 www.gustlaw.com Diversity in Law Issue Photo: (L to R) John Nasr, Kent Cammack, Jody Corrales, Sean O’Brien, Madeleine Wanslee & Chris McNichol More than half of our attorneys are AV® Preeminent™ rated by Martindale-Hubbell®; many have been recognized in publications such as Best Lawyers in America® and Super Lawyers. Founded in 1921 Practice Areas: Alternative dispute resolution, Bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, Business and corporate law, Commercial finance, Education law, Environmental law, Franchises and franchising, Insurance, Intellectual property, Labor and employment, Litigation, Natural resources, Public finance, Public law, Real estate, Taxation, Trusts and estates Gust Rosenfeld PLC Creditors’ Rights Group Co-chaired by Sean O’Brien and Madeleine Wanslee, Gust Rosenfeld’s creditors’ rights group includes Chris McNichol, Kent Cammack and John Nasr from the Phoenix office, as well as Gerry O’Meara and Jody Corrales of the Tucson office. The broad composition of this practice group exemplifies the firm’s on-going commitment to diversity in gender and culture, expertise and experience. Sean O’Brien , co-chair of the creditors’ rights group and chair of the litigation practice group, focuses on bankruptcy, restructuring, creditors’ rights and related litigation and appeals. O’Brien is board certified in business bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification and recognized in the bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights law category by top peer review rating services. He is past chair of the bankruptcy law section of the State Bar of Arizona. Madeleine Wanslee , a member of the firm’s executive committee, focuses on creditors’ rights and related appeals. She has argued before the United States Supreme Court, is board certified in consumer bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification and recognized in the creditor-debtor rights law category by top peer review rating services. Wanslee currently chairs the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Lawyer Representatives. Chris McNichol is co-author of “Ins and Outs of Foreclosures,” considered the pre-eminent book on foreclosures. He co-chairs the firm’s real estate section and focuses on commercial and real estate transactions including sale and purchase, development, lease, title insurance and construction issues and related litigation. He handles creditors’ rights matters including loan workouts, judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, deeds in lieu, receiverships, deficiency and guarantor actions and bankruptcy. Kent Cammack is co-author of “Ins and Outs of Foreclosure.” Cammack has extensive litigation and trial experience in commercial disputes, real estate, receiverships, lender liability, products liability, landlord/tenant and employment issues, including non-competition clauses and allegations of sexual harassment. Gerry O’Meara focuses on civil litigation, insurance defense law, real estate, corporate and commercial transactions, probates, wills and trusts. He has been the sole representative of several local credit unions, advising them in all aspects of commercial matters. John Nasr focuses on bankruptcy, restructuring, creditors’ rights and related litigation and appeals. He received a joint J.D./M.B.A. from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and W.P. Carey College of Business. Nasr wrote a definitive article on the Chrysler and TWA bankruptcies (Spring 2013, DePaul Business & Commercial Law Journal).