Mr. Piron is an associate in the Bankruptcy and Finance Department at Brown Rudnick. His experience includes representing a commercial lender in connection with restructuring a revolving loan agreement and representing an issuer of commercial mortgage-backed securities.
In addition, as part of the firm's Structured Resolution Group, Mr. Piron helps to analyze the issues surrounding the subprime market collapse in an effort to help clients identify and execute on arbitrage and repackaging strategies.
While in law school, Mr. Piron externed with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of New York, where he worked on appellate cases. He also served as a Bench Editor on the Cornell Moot Court Board and earned a concentration in Business Law and Regulation.
o Co-author, "Collateral Damage: Tracking the Course of the Subprime Virus," International Securitization and Structured Finance Report, February 2008
o Co-author, "Insolvency, banking and finance: Banking on stability," Legal Week, February 14, 2008
o Co-author, "Searching for a Silver Lining in the Subprime Collapse," International Securitization and Finance Report, January 15, 2008
Bar Admissions & Memberships
o Admitted, Massachusetts Bar
o Admission pending, New York Bar