BRADLEY D. PACK - SHAREHOLDER
3636 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
University of Arizona – Rogers James E. Rogers College of Law, J.D., summa cum laude 2005.
Pennsylvania State University B.A. Labor Studies and Industrial Relations, minor in Economics.
Recognized in Phi Beta Kappa and the Golden Key National Honor Society for excellent performance.
Arizona Supreme Court, U.S. District Court for District of Arizona, 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.
Bradley D. Pack joined Engelman Berger after completing a clerkship for the Arizona Court of Appeals, Hon. Susan A. Ehrlich. His practice focuses on the representation of both creditors and debtors in Chapter 11 bankruptcies, receiverships, and complex loan workouts. Bradley also represents lending institutions and small and medium-sized businesses in commercial litigation matters concerning business loan and contract disputes. In addition, he has successfully represented litigants in appeals before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel and the Arizona Court of Appeals.
As an undergraduate, Brad worked on international child labor issues while interning for the AFL-CIO American Center for International Labor Solidarity.
Providing legal representation and counseling at the highest level of quality and efficiency.
Owners of Troubled Businesses
Real Estate Brokers/Developers
Real Estate Brokers: Commercial and Residential
Banking and Finance
ADL Arizona – Regional Board Member
Arizona State Bar Bankruptcy Section – 2015 Convention Chair
Arizona State Bar – Young Lawyers Division, Secretary and Board Member 2009-2011
Arizona State Bar – CLE Committee
Arizona Bankruptcy Inn of Court – Barrister member
Volunteer Lawyers Program – Pro Bono Legal Representations
Southwest Super Lawyers®, Rising Star, 2012-2017
Certified as Bankruptcy Specialist, State Bar of Arizona Board of Legal Specialization
Volunteer Lawyer of the Month for representation of the victims of a mortgage fraud scheme
U of A, National Moot Court competition team, awards for excellent written and oral advocacy skills
Arizona Law Review – Research Editor
Order of the Coif – Member
Richard Grand Legal Writing Competition – 1st Place
Richard Grand Damages Competition – Finalist
Represented the owner of a landmark 330-room Arizona resort and golf facility in Chapter 11 reorganization proceedings, which ultimately resulted in a Court-approved sale of substantially all of the resort’s assets free and clear of liens and encumbrances.
Represented owner of 150-unit affordable housing community in Chapter 11 reorganization through plan confirmation and defense of appeal of confirmation and valuation orders to Arizona District Court.
Represented lender in contested receivership and breach of contract lawsuit involving multimillion dollar financing for the acquisition, construction and development of a 58-unit residential condominium; defeated guarantors’ argument that deficiency judgment was prohibited by anti-deficiency statutes; successfully represented lender in special action appeal of order authorizing receiver’s sale of collateral.
Obtained judgment in favor of Chapter 7 trustee in action to avoid unauthorized post-petition transfer of estate assets and successfully defended trustee through multiple appeals of the judgment.
Obtained orders granting relief from the automatic stay to permit lenders to foreclose deeds of trust on commercial real estate projects in a number of single asset real estate Chapter 11 bankruptcies.
First Southern National Bank v. Sunnyslope Housing Limited Partnership (In re Sunnyslope Housing Limited Partnership), _ F.3d _, (9th Cir. May, 2017)
Compass Bank v. Bennett, 2016 WL 3063779, __ Ariz. __ (App. May 31, 2016)
Arizona Bank & Trust v. James R. Barrons Trust, 237 Ariz. 401 (App. 2015)
CSA 13-101 Loop, LLC v. Loop 101, LLC, 236 Ariz. 410 (2014) (filed brief for amicus curaie)
In re Sunnyslope Housing Limited Partnership, 2012 WL 603573 (B.A.P. 9th Cir. 2012)
CML-AZ Blue Ridge, LLC v. Blue Ridge Plaza E., LLP, 2012 WL 588813 (D. Ariz. 2012)
In re Bender, 586 F.3d 1159 (9th Cir. 2009)
In re First Magnus Fin. Corp., 2009 WL 7809001 (B.A.P. 9th Cir. 2009)
Easing the Pain of the Mortgage Foreclosure Mess: How The Arizona Anti-Deficiency Statutes Protect Homeowners, Family Law News (December 2009).
FOIA Frustration, 46 Ariz. L. Rev. 815 (2004)
Frequent CLE presenter, presentations on the Arizona anti-deficiency statutes, exemptions under Arizona law and the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, and bankruptcy basics.