Linda J. Z. Young
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Linda J. Z. Young

Associate

Tampa, FL
 
 
 

How Linda Helps Clients

Linda Young's practice consists of a variety of commercial litigation matters, including bankruptcy, business disputes, contract disputes, real estate litigation and banking litigation. Linda has represented secured and unsecured lenders in both state and federal court collection matters involving residential and commercial foreclosures, garnishments, proceedings supplementary to execution and other post-judgment collections matters. She also represents corporate debtors and secured creditors in bankruptcy court cases involving various chapter 11 bankruptcy issues, including use of cash collateral, assumption and rejection of executory contracts, claims analysis, drafting and negotiating of plan of reorganization and other post-confirmation issues.

In 2017, Linda was named to the Florida Super Lawyers Rising Stars list.

What Clients Can Expect

A practical approach to solving legal disputes, a commitment to understanding the client’s business model and culture, a thorough analysis of the relevant factual and legal issues in a case, and a general responsiveness to email and telephone inquiries.

Outside the Office

Born in Jinan, China, Linda moved to the United States when she was three years old. A long-time Florida resident, she loves the year-round outdoor weather and loves to hike and cycle. In her spare time, she spends time with family and friends, who likely do not share in her enthusiastic enjoyment of reality television.

Successfully representing a client means not only analyzing all the factual and legal issues in a case, but also truly understanding the client’s business objections and corporate culture.

Proof Points

  • Represented an assignee in an assignment for the benefit of creditors proceeding and obtained a multi-million dollar settlement with third party litigation targets, which settlement funds provided a meaningful recovery to creditors.
  • Represented corporate debtor by restructuring its significant prepetition debts and bringing it out of the chapter 11 process.
  • Represented garnishees in multiple actions by vacating prior judgments entered against them.