Keith Owens represents clients in bankruptcy, creditors' rights matters, and commercial litigation. Keith's practice encompasses all facets of bankruptcy and insolvency. He works with a variety of clients in the entertainment, healthcare, technology, sports, commercial real estate, hospitality, and many other industries with respect to distressed acquisitions and dispositions in out-of-court transactions, as well as all general bankruptcy matters.
Keith has a proven track record of advocating for clients in virtually all aspects of bankruptcy and insolvency law in United States Bankruptcy Courts and federal District Courts throughout the United States, as well as creditors' rights litigation in California state courts. Keith has a solid background in bankruptcy law, encompassing critical aspects of bankruptcy and insolvency, including:
Keith works extensively with lenders and commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) servicers regarding real property secured loan litigation and real estate owned (REO) dispositions, including:
Keith began his legal career as a trial law clerk for the Honorable Christopher M. Klein of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California, and as an appellate law clerk to the Honorable John E. Ryan, who served on the United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the Ninth Circuit. Prior to attending law school, Keith worked as a writer for Tig Productions and various Los Angeles–based magazines.