University of New Hampshire

School of Law

Peter Tamposi

Adjunct Professor, Bankruptcy

Mr. Tamposi represents debtors, debtors in possession and trustees in all aspects of reorganization and liquidation, including pre-petition negotiations with secured creditors, negotiation of prepackaged plans, workouts, restructuring and forbearance agreements. Mr. Tamposi specializes in small business reorganization under Chapter 11. Peter also has extensive litigation experience, including conducting and coordinating all aspects of general commercial litigation in both state and federal court representing plaintiffs and defendants.

He also represents creditors in all aspects of reorganization and liquidation, including involuntary bankruptcies, litigation in the bankruptcy court involving stay relief, foreclosure and secured party sales, creditor committee representation, negotiation of cash collateral and debtor in possession financing arrangements, negotiation, documentation and restructuring of loan obligations, defense of avoidance claims and lien termination actions, objections to discharge and dischargeability and third party plans.

Tamposi earned his B.S. from UNH Whittemore School of Business, 1989, cum laude and his J.D. from Suffolk Law School, 1995.

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