Elizabeth L. Gunn, Sands Anderson / Richmond
Elizabeth Gunn is the Bankruptcy Specialist for the Virginia Office of the Attorney General, Department of Social Services, Division of Child Support Enforcement and represents the Division in bankruptcy courts throughout the Commonwealth and the country. Prior to joining the Attorney General’s office, Ms. Gunn was in private practice representing debtors, creditors, official committees, and trustees in all chapters of bankruptcy and in out of court workouts.
Ms. Gunn earned her law degree cum laude from Boston College Law School where she served as Solicitations and Symposium Editor of the Boston College International and Comparative Law Review. She graduated cum laude from Willamette University with a degree in Politics and Economics.
Ms. Gunn is on the Executive Committee of the Bankruptcy Section of the Richmond Bar Association, is a Director At Large for the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation, is the Newsletter Editor for the Consumer Bankruptcy Committee of the American Bankruptcy Institute, and is on the team of editors for the American Bankruptcy Institute's Volo Circuit Court Opinion First Reporter.
Hannah W. Hutman, Hoover Penrod / Harrisonburg
Upon graduating from the William & Mary College of Law, Hannah Hutman practiced law in Dayton, Ohio. Upon returning “home” to the Shenandoah Valley, she practiced as a sole practitioner representing business and individuals in bankruptcy proceedings and creditor negotiations. Her practice areas include bankruptcy, debtor and creditor rights, and general corporate work. In addition to representing businesses and individuals in bankruptcy proceedings, Ms. Hutman has represented national and regional banks in all aspects of commercial collections, including restructuring obligations, asset liquidations and dispositions, and foreclosure. She has been named an Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Star, a Virginia Super Lawyers Rising Star, and a member of Virginia’s Legal Elite.