Hill Wallack LLP Managing Partner Michael Kahme Sworn In as Vice President of the Mercer County Bar Association
PRINCETON, New Jersey, January 27, 2020 — On Thursday, January 23, 2020, Hill Wallack LLP Managing Partner Michael Kahme was sworn in as Vice President of the Mercer County Bar Association. The installation was held at Trenton Country Club during the association’s General Membership Meeting and Installation Dinner.
In addition to serving as the firm’s Managing Partner, Mr. Kahme concentrates his legal practice in all matters of creditors’ rights and bankruptcy, including workouts, commercial foreclosures, asset purchases, receivership actions, pendente lite sales, lender liability lawsuits, representation of secured creditors in bankruptcy cases, commercial litigation and fraud litigation. He also has represented institutional purchasers of assets and businesses out of bankruptcy estates.
“It’s an honor to continue my service to the Mercer County Bar Association as Vice President,” Kahme said. I look forward to working with our new President, James L. Creegan, Esq., and my fellow officers and trustees. I thank my fellow members of the Bar Association for their confidence in me.”
Kahme is admitted to practice in all federal and state courts in New Jersey, the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, all state courts in New York, and before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He earned his law degree from the University Of Miami School Of Law and is a graduate of the University of Rochester. He formerly served the Mercer County Bar Association as Secretary in 2018 and as Trustee from 2010-2017. Mr. Kahme is a resident of Hopewell Township in Mercer County.
Pictured left to right: Judge Kay Walcott-Henderson, James L. Creegan, Esq., Margaret A. Chipowksy, Esq., Tanya L. Phillips, Esq., Michael Kahme, Esq., Jennifer D. Zoschak, Esq.