Mindy A. Mora, a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy, is a Partner in the Business Finance & Restructuring group. Mindy concentrates her practice on business finance, debt restructurings, creditors' rights, commercial finance and real estate finance. Mindy has represented numerous lenders and borrowers in complex commercial finance transactions, including asset-based loans, mezzanine credit facilities and capital market transactions. In her over 30 years of practice, Mindy has represented sizeable high-visibility business entities, creditors committees, lenders and other parties in numerous Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court restructurings.
Mindy previously served as Chair of the Business Law Section of The Florida Bar, which represents the interests of over 5,000 business lawyers within the State of Florida. She has been active in the development of Florida's commercial laws, having chaired the Florida Bar Task Force that sponsored the 2007 revisions of the Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors Statute (chapter 727, Florida Statutes). She has also co-sponsored the 1997 revisions to Article 8 and 1999 revisions to Article 9, Uniform Commercial Code (chapters 678 and 679, Florida Statutes). Mindy has often lectured and published articles about insolvency, restructuring and commercial lending.
Mindy has received the highest ranking in Restructuring & Bankruptcy from legal publication Chambers USA, in which she has been consistently ranked since 2004. She has also been consistently recognized by The Best Lawyers in America, South Florida Legal Guide and Florida Super Lawyers.
In 2014, Mindy was named a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy, a distinction reserved for the top restructuring and bankruptcy professionals in the country. Mindy was chosen in recognition of her professional excellence and contributions to the practice.