(Phoenix, Arizona) Phoenix based commercial law firm Engelman Berger announces the addition of Phoenix attorney Tamalyn E. Lewis as a shareholder. Ms. Lewis brings to the firm 30 years of experience in representing banks, financial institutions, small businesses, farmers and individuals in resolving commercial disputes. Lewis joins the already substantial creditor rights, bankruptcy, litigation, and business practice at Engelman Berger. “This is a great 15th birthday present for our firm. Tami’s experience, history of finding practical solutions for clients, and her commitment to the community make her a great fit for our firm,” says Steven Berger, a founding partner.
Ms. Lewis’ focuses on enforcing and preserving creditors’ rights, negotiating comprehensive loan workouts and restructurings, and handling complex disputes both in and out of commercial bankruptcy cases. Lewis is well-known in the debtor-creditor bar, and has been an active member of the Bankruptcy Section of the Arizona State Bar, a member of the Texas Bar Association, Maricopa County Bar Association, is a Master in the Arizona Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, and a member of the Turnaround Management Association.
Ms. Lewis is an Arizona native, having grown-up in Safford, Arizona and receiving her law degree from Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University in 1983. She has been extremely active in service to the community, including her appointment as a Commissioner with the Arizona Commission on the Arts. Tami may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 602-271-9090.