(Cleveland, Ohio – March 1, 2016) –  FisherBroyles LLP today announced the addition of partner Patricia (Tricia) Brown Fugée to the firm’s Cleveland office.  Ms. Fugée joins the firm’s Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights Practice Group.  She was formerly a partner with Roetzel & Andress in its Toledo office.

With a concentration in bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, receiverships, complex foreclosures and commercial litigation (including UCC issues),  Ms. Fugée has extensive experience across a variety of industries, including manufacturing, retail, healthcare and hospitality, as well as commercial litigation involving a variety of corporate, contract, and UCC issues. Her clients include banks and other financial institutions, debt buyers, turnaround professionals, commercial landlords, receivers, asset buyers, bankruptcy trustees and a SIPA trustee. In addition, Ms. Fugée has served as court-appointed receiver in several matters, including a large used industrial machinery company with assets located in the U.S., Mexico and South America.

Ms. Fugée is admitted to practice in Illinois, Michigan, New York, New Jersey and Ohio.  She holds an undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Wellesley College and earned her J.D. at Rutgers University School of Law, where she graduated with high honors.

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