Diana K. Carey Featured in Puget Sound Business Journal Article

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Diana K. Carey of Karr Tuttle Campbell was featured in the Law and Litigation section of the December 10, 2010 issue of Puget Sound Business Journal.  The article, “Court appointed trustees gain importance,” notes there have been 22,689 bankruptcy cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s Western District of Washington as of October of 2010.

The article comments on Diana Carey’s involvement in a high profile bankruptcy matter involving Frederick Darren Berg and articulates Ms. Cary’s expression of seeing trustee work “as a combination of altruism and ego.”  The article quotes Ms. Carey as saying, “I guess it’s the challenge of any kind of bankruptcy work. You’ve got an issue, and you need to see if you can apply all of your skills to get the best results for creditors.”

To read the full article click here: Court appointed trustees gain importance



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