Bryce Suzuki provides strategic business planning and dispute resolution assistance to a diverse range of lenders, companies, and business owners. His practice focuses on providing advice to clients affected by potential or actual insolvency issues. In addition, he advises businesses, including early-stage and growing technology companies, in the field of cryptocurrency (Bitcoin), blockchain, and related technologies.
Mr. Suzuki has represented secured and unsecured creditors, debtors, landlords, vendors, investors, and equity security holders in a wide array of commercial restructuring and insolvency issues, including loan workouts, distressed asset sales, Chapter 11 bankruptcy administration and reorganization, liquidation, and distressed financing. He regularly first-chairs trials in bankruptcy courts and has handled bankruptcy cases in jurisdictions across the country by admission pro hac vice. He also has significant experience managing appeals involving bankruptcy and insolvency issues.
Mr. Suzuki is active in various bar organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of TMA Global. He has served as the national co-chair of the Restructuring and Bankruptcy Committee for the National Asian Pacific Bar Association. He is also a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, a Research Fellow of the ASU Center for Law, Science and Innovation, a past chair of the Arizona State Bar’s Committee on Minorities and Women in the Law, and the past president of the Arizona Asian American Bar Association.
He is fluent in Spanish and has conversational ability in French and basic Japanese.