Bankruptcy Lawyer William A. Gray Rejoins Sands Anderson

RICHMOND, Va. (September 16, 2021) – Sands Anderson PC today announced William A. Gray has rejoined the firm as Of Counsel in the Richmond office. A bankruptcy lawyer with more than 30 years of experience, Gray represents banks, trade vendors, landlords, and local government, as well as committees and trustees, in complex commercial bankruptcy cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Courts.

“We are pleased that Bill has returned to Sands Anderson,” said firm president Margaret Hardy. “Bill is an authority on bankruptcy matters who adds depth and substantial experience to our team. We enthusiastically welcome him back to the firm.”

Gray’s experience includes adversary proceedings and contested matters, asset sales, claim objections, preference and fraudulent conveyance actions, plan confirmations, and secured lender claims. He also represents bankruptcy attorneys and local firms in disciplinary or malpractice claims.

Aside from his bankruptcy practice, Gray also serves a variety of businesses, individuals, and trade associations in legislative and regulatory matters before the Virginia General Assembly and various state agencies, respectively. His clients benefit from his comprehensive understanding of the legislative and regulatory process, along with his personal relationships with influential members of the General Assembly and State regulators.

Gray previously worked at Sands Anderson from 2002 to 2020. He can be reached at

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