"At Bast Amron, we believe diversity is a critical component of our success. Diversity in the workplace requires that we do more than just add people to the table. To build true diversity requires that we give each person both a voice and an audience to share their opinions and ideas. We find that by creating a diverse and inclusive environment, we are able to foster the sharing of honest and diverse views which ultimately leads to the best and most creative solutions to our clients’ problems. Our commitment to diversity does not end with words either. We arm our people with the tools to implement change within our organization and our community. We also pave a clear path to leadership that is free from implicit bias and other unnecessary obstacles that otherwise might hinder or delay the progress of our people. Because each member of our team feels valued, heard, and respected, we can more effectively collaborate with each other and with our clients. At Bast Amron, diversity is not just a word; it is a part of who we are."
Dana Quick practices in the area of insolvency and commercial litigation. Her experience includes prosecuting director and officer liability claims; representing trustees, creditors, creditor committees, and debtors in bankruptcy proceedings; state court insolvency litigation; and prosecuting and defending preference actions. Additionally, Dana has significant experience representing and counseling companies of all sizes on employment issues, including ADA, FMLA, and Title VII matters. Prior to joining Bast Amron, Dana served as a law clerk to U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Laurel Myerson Isicoff.