MINNEAPOLIS – Twin Cities Business magazine has named Barnes & Thornburg attorney Michael Cavallaro to its “Notable Partners in Law” list, which appears in the publication’s June/July edition. The annual list profiles attorneys who “effect change, share expertise and exhibit leadership at their organizations and industries.”
Cavallaro, who currently leads the Minneapolis office’s pro bono efforts, was featured for his involvement with several local nonprofits, including the Tubman Safety Project, helping victims of domestic violence, and the Jeremiah Program, helping single mothers achieve prosperity. In 2016, Cavallaro co-founded Outpatient Outfitters, a nonprofit providing clothing for homeless people as they leave Twin Cities hospitals.
A partner in the firm’s Minneapolis office, Cavallaro advises banking and financial services clients on national and regional regulatory and legal compliance on various issues. These issues are related to consumer and commercial bankruptcy and restructuring, collections, vendor management, foreclosure, loss mitigation and default servicing.
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