Provides Opinion & Testimony In:
Hospitals, Best Practices, Restructuring, Retail, Operations, Bankruptcy Standard of care, Clothing Designers, Fiduciary Duties, Large Debtors, Real Estate, Regulatory Compliance, Multi-National Debtors, Heavy Industrial Manufacturing, Internal Controls, Creditors’ Committees, Technology, Personnel Polices / Title VII, DIP Financing, LawFirms Mergers & Acquisitions, Chapter 7, 11 &13, Technology, Brokerage Commissions, Avoidance Actions, WARN Act, Bankruptcy Malpractice
Corporate Governance / Restructuring Specialist
2016 – Present– Nationwide
Operations, Compliance, and Restructuring
Fiduciary duties of offices and directors
Bankruptcy Standard of care
Chapter 7, 100 & 13
Canterbury Law Group, LLP (f/k/a EDWARDS & CHERNEY, LLP) – Scottsdale, AZ 2013 – Present
General Practice firm focusing on Bankruptcy, Corporate, Real Estate and high Net-worth Marital Dissolu- tions.
Togut Segal & Segal, LLP – New York, New York 2010 – 2013
Sophisticated Bankruptcy Boutique specializing in representation of large, complex debtors and creditors’ committees, and trustees. Representative Bankruptcy cases include:
Representing Grub & Ellis as debtors. Consummating a sale of the international and domestic opera – tions (over 90 offices in 33 countries) to buyer Cantor Fitzgerald/BGC;
Representing Kodak Creditors’ Committee;
Representing Cabrini Hospital as debtor in possession;
Representing Loemans Department stores in successful bankruptcy.
Jaburg & Wilk, PC – Phoenix, Arizona 2005 – 2010
Broad-based general practice firm. Practice focused on the representation of commercial entities in general corporate matters and large bankruptcy restructurings.
Togut Segal & Segal, LLP – New York, New York 2003 – 2005
Sophisticated Bankruptcy Boutique specializing in representation of large, complex debtors and creditors’ committees, and trustees. Representative cases include:
Representing Enron and its subsidiaries as debtors.
Representing Loews Cinemas as Bankruptcy Debtors.
Representing Ames Dept. Stores as Debtor.