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Honorable Randi Burnett, Pima County Superior Court
Honorable Scott Gan, United States Bankruptcy Court
Kaytlyn Yrun-Duffy, The McCarthy Law Firm
Isaac Rothschild, Mesch Clark & Rothschild PC*
*Also serving as faculty.
|The Intersection of Family Law and Bankruptcy Materials (1.1 MB)||9 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Isaac Rothschild is a shareholder who practices in the Bankruptcy Section of Mesch Clark Rothschild. Since joining MCR in 2009, Isaac has been active in the firm’s bankruptcy section, co-counsel in some of the largest reorganization cases in Arizona, as well as representing Trustees, secured insurance companies, and local banks in Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases as well as collection actions. His practice also focuses on asset protection planning and pre-bankruptcy planning. Additionally, Isaac is active in several non-profits including the Chair of the Arts for All Board, the Chair of the Tucson Jewish Community Center, and was one of four founders of the Tucson Jazz Festival.
Honorable Randi Burnett has served as a commissioner of the Superior Court in Pima County since April 2021 and is currently assigned to the family law bench. Prior to joining the bench, Randi was a partner at Waterfall, Economidis, Caldwell, Hanshaw & Villamana, P.C. for several years and then spent her last two years of practice at The McCarthy Law Firm. Her family law practice included a broad range of family law matters including divorce, legal separation, same-sex issues, multi-state jurisdictional issues, high conflict custody issues, grandparent visitation, minor child guardianships, child support, spousal maintenance, paternity, and appellate matters. Randi has presented at multiple legal seminars on numerous topics, including complex financial issues, ethical issues, high conflict custody concerns, and the unique concerns involving autistic children in custody matters. Outside of work, Randi enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors with her husband and two children.
Honorable Scott Gan was sworn in as a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Arizona on September 11, 2014. Prior to his appointment to the bench, Judge Gan had been a shareholder and partner since 1993 with the law firm of Mesch, Clark & Rothschild, P.C., where he was a chair to the firm's Appellate Practice Section and a member of the firm's Bankruptcy Section. Judge Gan was recognized as a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers in 2014. He began his legal career with the Pima County (Arizona) Office of the Public Defender and then briefly joined a firm that represented claimants before the Social Security Administration and the Arizona Industrial Commission. Judge Gan received his B.A. from the University of Arizona in 1977 and his J.D. from the UA James E. Rogers College of Law in 1980. Judge Gan maintains chambers in Tucson, AZ.
Kaytlyn Yrun-Duffy is currently an attorney at the McCarthy Law Firm, and starting May 1, 2023 will be a partner at Hinderaker & Yrun-Duffy, PLC. Kaytlyn practices exclusively family law and has done so since 2013, focusing primarily on complex asset division cases.