MIAMI, FL – May 4, 2018 – Pardo Jackson Gainsburg, a Miami-based law firm, is pleased to announce that Linda Worton Jackson has been recognized by the 2018 Chambers USA Guide to the world’s best lawyers in the category of Bankruptcy/Restructuring in Florida. This marks the fourth year Worton Jackson has been named to the list.
Worton Jackson chairs the firm’s Bankruptcy/Restructuring and Corporate Transaction Groups. For more than 30 years, she has represented lenders, debtors, committees, creditors and purchasers. Linda has tackled all phases of bankruptcy litigation and Chapter 11 and 7 bankruptcy proceedings in cases all over the country.
Worton Jackson joined the firm in February 2017 as a named partner. In addition to being rated AV Preeminent, she has received numerous awards, including recognition as a Florida Super Lawyer by Super Lawyer Magazine, Most Effective Lawyer by the South Florida Business Journal, and was named an “Attorney to Watch” by American Lawyer Magazine.
“We are thrilled that Chambers USA has once again recognized Linda for her experience, depth and commitment to her clients,” said the firm’s co-founder Stevan Pardo. “Since joining us, she has provided clients with her invaluable expertise and knowledge.”
Chambers USA ranks the top firms and lawyers across the country in a variety of practice areas based on written submissions, in-depth attorney and client interviews, and its own database resources. The rankings reflect achievements in work performed, strategic growth, excellence in client service and contributions to the legal profession.
ABOUT PARDO JACKSON GAINSBURG, PL
Pardo Jackson Gainsburg, PL is a Miami-based business law firm that represents clients in all areas of creditor’s rights, corporate matters, real estate, construction, hotel/hospitality and litigation. The firm handles all types of business matters, with an emphasis on complex commercial transactions and bankruptcies, construction litigation and real estate. It also represents clients in all types of corporate transactions, including loan origination and workouts; contracts and mergers; and acquisitions.