Tinho Mang is a senior associate attorney at Marshack Hays. He has been with the firm since 2018.

Mr. Mang has represented trustees (Chapter 7 and 11), creditors (secured and unsecured), debtors, and avoidance action defendants in cases primarily located in the Central District of California.

Mr. Mang graduated magna cum laude from UCLA with a major in Scandinavian language and culture, and then switched sides to earn his Juris Doctorate at USC, where he served as the Executive Senior Editor of the Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice. During law school, Mr. Mang discovered his interest in practicing bankruptcy law in the course of two summer externships with the Honorable Scott C. Clarkson, United States Bankruptcy Judge.

Mr. Mang served as the lead attorney in dozens of bankruptcy adversary matters, including two bench trials, prevailing on behalf of the trustee in both trials. He also has represented parties in dozens of bankruptcy appeals, including appeals in the United States District Court, Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Mang’s representative work includes the following results:

  • Sale of a $9.1 million winery estate in Paso Robles
  • Sale of a $6.25 million beachfront property in Dana Point
  • Settlement of disputed lien claims over $2.5 million in investment funds leading to seven-figure recovery for bankruptcy estate
  • Sale of a $2.2 million ocean view property Newport Beach
  • Sale of a $2.1 million vacant lot in Beverly Hills
  • Sale of a $1.35 million property in Santa Ana
  • Sale of a $1.1 million former sober living facility in San Juan Capistrano
  • Sale of a $1.06 million property in Murrieta requiring a driveway access easement
  • Liquidation of assets of a heavy construction and earthwork company
  • Recovery of compensatory monetary sanctions award (including sanctions for frivolous appeal) in a debtor-initiated violation of the automatic stay
  • Recovery of compensatory and punitive damages for a creditor’s violation of the discharge injunction
  • Recovery of funds from retirement accounts claimed as exempt through successful exemption objections or settlement
  • Liquidation of franchising assets in nationwide men’s salon chain
  • Recovery of six-figure settlement in lawsuit for wrongful stop payment of a cashier’s check

Mr. Mang will serve a three-year term on the board of directors for the Inland Empire Bankruptcy Forum beginning in 2023. Mr. Mang also volunteers to provide pro bono services on a monthly basis with Public Counsel.


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