Kevin M. Capuzzi
Kevin is an associate with the firm who practices primarily in commercial bankruptcy and restructuring, representing debtors and creditors in Chapter 11 proceedings. Kevin is admitted to practice in the State of Delaware as well as the United States District Court for the District of Delaware.
While in law school, Kevin clerked for the Honorable Barry C. Dozor in the Court of Common Pleas, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Before becoming an associate with Pinckney, Harris & Weidinger, LLC in December 2010, Kevin gained experience in the firm’s corporate litigation and bankruptcy practices as a law clerk.
A graduate of Saint Joseph’s University, Kevin holds a degree in biology and health care ethics. He graduated from Widener University School of Law, magna cum laude, where he was elected to the board of editors of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law and served as a fellow in the Academic Support Program.
Kevin is member of the Delaware Bankruptcy Inn of Court, the American Bankruptcy Institute, and the Delaware State Bar Association. He is also an Affiliated Scholar with the Institute of Catholic Bioethics at Saint Joseph’s University, where he researches and writes on the intersection of law and bioethics. Recent articles on which he has contributed are: Telemedicine: Medical, Legal and Ethical Perspectives (Medical Science Monitor, 2010), Undocumented Patients: A Case Study (accepted for publication, Hastings Center Report, 2011), and Medical Marijuana: Medical Necessity Versus Political Agenda (in progress). Kevin is a member of the Wilmington chapter of the Saint Thomas More Society.
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