Michael J. Healy concentrates primarily in reorganizational law and complex commercial litigation.
He is an experienced practitioner in foreclosure law, having foreclosed hundreds of millions of dollars in commercial real estate mortgages for banks, investments companies, and servicers of securitized debt. Michael is also a seasoned bankruptcy lawyer, focusing on representing lenders as secured creditors in chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings commenced by borrowers and other creditors in various facets of chapter 11 cases.
Michael began his career by serving as a law clerk to the Honorable William E. Anderson, United States Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Virginia, for three years. He joined Farrell Fritz in 1988, and now works with a diverse client base, from representing secured institutional lenders in large corporate reorganizations and litigation to out-of-court workouts for smaller companies.