Kathleen G. Furr

Kathleen G. Furr

Baker Donelson, Shareholder

Atlanta, Georgia

Katy Furr represents individuals, businesses and financial institutions of all sizes in a wide variety of bankruptcy, creditors' rights and other business-related litigation in state and federal court. Based in the Atlanta office, Katy has represented secured and unsecured creditors in a variety of matters, including Chapter 11, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases, involuntary petitions, section 363 sale issues, cash collateral issues, lien priority and avoidance actions, preference actions, rejection/assumption of executory contracts, stay relief actions, asset recovery and disposition, contested confirmation hearings, adversary proceedings and bankruptcy appeals to district court. Her practice also includes representation of mortgage servicers in bankruptcy-related mortgage litigation. In addition to her bankruptcy practice, Katy regularly represents individuals, businesses, and financial institutions with respect to commercial litigation, contract disputes, foreclosures, receiverships and post-judgment collection activities in state and federal courts. Katy's prior experience includes serving as a law clerk to Chief Judge Craig Whitley with the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of North Carolina and Judge Wendy Hagenau with the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

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