J.D., Duke University
Mark Redmiles has served in senior leadership roles in the Executive Office for United States Trustees (EOUST) since 2007. He joined the United States Trustee Program (USTP) as a trial attorney in the EOUST in 2002, after spending more than 11 years in private practice in Denver and Phoenix practicing bankruptcy law and litigation.
Professor Redmiles developed and directed agency-wide efforts implementing the USTP’s civil enforcement initiative. Enforcement actions under this initiative have had a financial impact of over $2 billion. He also led the USTP’s implementation of the “means testing” and “debtor audit” provisions in the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. Professor Redmiles formulated two legal theories interpreting the means testing provisions that were affirmed by United States Supreme Court in its In re Lanning (2010) and In re Ransom (2011) decisions.
Professor Redmiles served as a consultant to the U.S. Judicial Conference’s Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules (Committee) from 2005 to 2012. He has also participated on the Committee’s Bankruptcy Forms Modernization Project since its inception in January, 2008.
Professor Redmiles served on the Education Program Planning Committee for the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges from October of 2010 to October of 2011. He also served on the American Bar Association Business Law Section’s Task Force on Attorney Discipline that produced the 2008 working paper Best Practices for Debtor’s Attorneys.
Professor Redmiles is the author of numerous published bankruptcy related articles, and is a regular panel participant at bankruptcy and financial restructuring conferences, having participated on over twenty-five conference and seminar panels.