Jacob Zweig has served as counsel for secured creditors and unsecured creditors in both consumer and business bankruptcy cases and litigation throughout the United States. His creditor bankruptcy experience includes protecting, preserving and enforcing creditors’ rights in bankruptcy, including issues relating to the automatic stay, discharge injunction, reaffirmation, claim treatment, and lien avoidance and preferential transfers. He has been involved in a number of successful appeals involving interpretation of the Bankruptcy Code revisions of 2005. He has further represented creditors in connection with replevin actions, seizures and forfeitures, consumer credit and protection laws and commercial codes.
Jacob graduated from the University of Memphis in 1998 with a B.S. in biology. He was awarded his law degree from the University of Memphis in 2001, where he was a member of The Law Review. He is a member of the Memphis Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Mississippi Bar, Colorado Bar Association, North Carolina State Bar, and West Virginia State Bar.