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Jeremy L. Retherford is a partner with Balch & Bingham LLP in Birmingham, Alabama, and
chair of the firm's Creditors Rights
and Bankruptcy Practice Group.
He represents creditors in out-of-court workouts, in enforcing rights
and remedies outside of court
(e.g., non-judicial foreclosure), and
in state and federal litigation.
Retherford also has significant
experience in receivership actions,
both in representing creditors
seeking appointment of a receiver
and in representing receivers.
He routinely represents financial
institutions in the management
and sale of real property acquired
through foreclosure or similar means.
Other clients include commercial
landlords in landlord-tenant disputes,
as well as construction contractors
and subcontractors in seeking
perfection and enforcement of
materialmen and mechanics liens.
Retherford received his law degree,
magna cum laude, from the
University of Mississippi School
of Law and his bachelor’s degree,
also magna cum laude, from the
University of North Alabama.
Q How did you gravitate into turnaround and restructuring
work, or did you start your career in
RE THERFORD I started out in the
field when I graduated law school in
2003. While in law school, I clerked
with the law firm I’m with now, Balch.