Rick Frimmer has extensive experience providing legal, financial advisory, and strategic counseling over a 35+ year practice as an attorney and a CPA. His national practice has spanned bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, public finance, commercial and tax litigation, mergers and acquisitions, corporate securities law, and taxation. Rick has successfully worked on over 150 restructurings of corporate and public debt, both in and out of bankruptcy, representing nearly every high yield bond fund, all of the major corporate trustees, and many private hedge funds.. He has appeared in more than 20 Federal Courts of Appeal, District Courts, and Bankruptcy Court, as well as numerous state trial and appellate courts.
A Wharton finance graduate and Certified Public Accountant, Rick brings unique financial and accounting skills to every matter, along with a solutions-driven approach to achieving the best results for his clients. He has advised clients in multiple industries, including cannabis and health care where he has advised hospitals, nursing homes, continuing care communities, and adult housing across the United States. Rick represented the German government in the City of Detroit bankruptcy case. Most recently, Rick gained experience on the financial advisory side, as a Managing Director with a leading national accounting and consulting firm.
Rick has been an arbitrator for FINRA and for the San Diego Bar Association. He was an adjunct professor law at Chicago Loyola Law School and at Thomas Jefferson School of Law. He has been on public company Boards of Directors and has served as an Audit Committee Chair.
Rick is also an accomplished forensic accountant, who has assisted on many fraud, business disputes, business valuations, family law matters and commercial disputes.
He has a full arbitration and mediation practice based in Northern Arizona, but national in scope.