Bennett Eastham focuses his practice on insolvency law and financial restructuring. Bennett represents lenders in commercial collection matters, commercial reorganizations and out-of-court workouts. He advises clients on matters involving loan restructuring, including litigation and collections matters; claims prosecution; debtor-in-possession financing; dischargeability of debts; executory contracts and leases; fraudulent conveyances; involuntary petitions; officers’ and directors’ liability; plan confirmation; and preference actions, among others.

Bennett Eastham focuses his practice on insolvency law and financial restructuring. Bennett represents lenders in commercial collection matters, commercial reorganizations and out-of-court workouts.

He advises clients on matters involving loan restructuring, including litigation and collections matters; claims prosecution; debtor-in-possession financing; dischargeability of debts; executory contracts and leases; fraudulent conveyances; involuntary petitions; officers’ and directors’ liability; plan confirmation; and preference actions, among others.

Bennett earned his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from Washington & Lee University. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from Virginia Tech.