Eric Lomas: Klenda Austerman Attorney

Klenda Austerman law firm is pleased to announce the firm’s newest member Eric Lomas. Eric has been with the firm since 2010, practicing in the areas of bankruptcy, corporate reorganization and business law.

“Eric is a very talented attorney with an immense intellect. He embodies our firm’s mission of providing quality legal services to our clients,” says Greg Klenda, Klenda Austerman managing member. “Eric has worked hard over several years to be an accomplished practitioner in bankruptcy and creditor law. His commitment has earned him this well-deserved promotion. As an equity partner, we are confident he will add even more value to our clients and our firm.”

Eric has proven to be a leading advisor on bankruptcy restructuring, liquidation and litigation for creditors and debtors. His knowledge of insolvency matters also provides a broadened perspective and skill set to Klenda Austerman’s business clients. Eric believes open and honest communication with his clients is the bedrock of effective counsel, and he takes time to understand and appreciate each client’s standpoint before offering advice.

Eric was identified as a “Rising Star” in business bankruptcy by Missouri/Kansas Super Lawyers from 2015-2016, and he received the Client Distinction Award from Martindale-Hubbell from 2013-2016. He has been published in the American Bankruptcy Institute Journal and has presented several times on issues involving bankruptcy law. He is a current member of the Bench Bar Committee for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Kansas.

Eric earned his J.D. (Dean’s Honors) from Washburn University School of Law and his B.S. in Agricultural Economics from Kansas State University. He is active in the community; representing the firm at community events such as Walk MS, and serving as an elder at Westwood Presbyterian Church. Eric returns to his production agriculture roots whenever time allows, helping tend to his family’s generations-old registered Angus cattle herd.

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