Ron Satija represents creditors, trustees, committees, businesses, and individuals in bankruptcy proceedings and related litigation. He also represents parties in bankruptcy planning, as well as formulating cost-effective bankruptcy alternatives. These representations include devising strategies to target or dispose of distressed assets, complex debt restructurings, corporate dissolutions, and counseling financially distressed companies.
Ron is also a court-appointed fiduciary serving the Bankruptcy Court of the Western District of Texas as a Chapter 7 Trustee as well as Chapter 11 Liquidating Trustee. In this capacity, he liquidates bankruptcy estate assets, including but not limited to real property, business interests, inventory, accounts receivable, and litigation claims. He is also available to act as a receiver in state and federal receiverships.
Representative matters include representing Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the Chapter 11 reorganization of a multi-million dollar manufacturing company; representing bank against Chapter 11 Debtor in reconsideration of order denying claim; Marketing and sale of oil and gas interests; representing regional cable company as Debtor in Chapter 11; representing creditors in complex Chapter 11 proceedings, including the Radio Shack and Crescent Resources cases; representing mortgage lender in multiple Chapter 13 proceedings; liquidation of numerous business, including iconic business such as M&M Katz, Inc. (Katz’s Deli, Austin).
Board Certified in Business Bankruptcy by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Certified Mediator by the Austin Dispute Resolution Center
State Bar of Texas
United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
United States District and Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern, Northern, Southern, and Western Districts of Texas
State Bar of Texas, Bankruptcy Section
Austin Bar Association, Bankruptcy Section
National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (NABT)
American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI)
National Association of Federal Equity Receivers (NAFER)
State Bar of Texas, Board Member, Texas Lawyers’ Assistance Program
Volunteer, Texas Lawyers’ Assistance Program, relating to anxiety and debt
Selected pro-bono representations
J.D. University of Texas at Austin School of Law
B.A. Columbia College, Columbia University in the City of New York.