Phelps Dunbar LLP
Sarah Beth Wilson represents financial institutions and other corporate entities in business-bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings as well. Her practice also includes representing clients in litigation involving defense against lender liability claims, property rights and interests, title and contractual disputes, and in connection with loan modifications, commercial foreclosure and property and equipment sales, and other creditors’ rights enforcement and collection matters.
Sarah Beth – appointed by Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant and receiving unanimous confirmation by the state Senate – sits as one of five members on the Mississippi Board of Banking Review representing the 22 counties in Supreme Court District 1, which includes the state capital of Jackson and its surrounding metro areas. She was also appointed by the Mississippi Bankers Association to the statewide Bank Attorneys Committee to advise on legal issues and pending legislation impacting lenders and financial institutions. Additionally, she was appointed by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court judges sitting within the State of Mississippi to her current position as Chairman of the Local Rules Advisory Committee for the Local Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure for the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi, governing practice and procedure in bankruptcy courts statewide.
Sarah Beth is a Nationally Board Certified Specialist in Business-Bankruptcy Law by the American Board of Certification, an achievement and honor held by only eight other attorneys in the State of Mississippi.