SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP announced today that Peggy
Hunt, a partner in the Firm’s Salt Lake City office, has been named
President of the Utah Women’s Forum.
Ms. Hunt has been working in the area of bankruptcy and receivership law
for more than 25 years and is a Fellow in the American College of
Bankruptcy. She serves as a Panel Chapter 7 trustee for the District of
Utah, and she has represented distressed companies, banks and other
creditors, equity holders and Chapter 11 and 7 trustees in all aspects
of the workout, restructuring and liquidating process, including in
related litigation. Ms. Hunt also serves as lead counsel to trustees and
equity receivers appointed in some of the largest Ponzi and securities
fraud cases in Utah.
The Utah Women’s Forum is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that
elects into membership women of outstanding accomplishment in diverse
fields. The purpose of the Utah Women’s Forum is to identify and bring
together women leaders to build and foster a network of communication,
enhance the status of women, and undertake selected community service.
“Peggy is dedicated to her colleagues and community, as demonstrated by
her active role in numerous professional and civic organizations,
including the Utah Women’s Forum,” said Dorsey Managing Partner Ken
Cutler. “As a tremendous attorney and leader, we know that as President,
Peggy will advance the agenda and impact of the Utah Women’s Forum.”
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