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Kenneth  Rosen, Esq.

Kenneth Rosen - With more than 35 years of proven experience, Ken is the first call for companies seeking a strategic plan for recovery from financial distress. 

 

Ken advises on the full spectrum of restructuring solutions, including Chapter 11 reorganizations, out-of-court workouts, financial restructurings, and litigation. He works closely with debtors, creditors' committees, lenders, landlords, and others in such diverse industries as paper and printing, food, furniture, pharmaceuticals, health care, and real estate. 

 

For each matter, Ken starts by developing a strategic direction based on a clear understanding of his client's needs. His goals are to preserve the business or business relationship, to minimize disruption, and to move quickly toward a workable solution. His success is reflected both in his long list of accolades—including top rankings from Chambers USA (2008-2020) and The Deal's "Bankruptcy Insider"—and the fact that the majority of his practice is referral-based. Clients laud Ken's practical approach and sensitivity to the needs of their business, as well as his strong track record of successful outcomes. Clients and peers alike recognize Ken as "definitely a standout." 

 

In his spare time, Ken serves on several philanthropy and nonprofit boards primarily devoted to health care and education. He currently serves as Interim Chair of the Board of the New York City Opera. 

Programs by Kenneth  Rosen, Esq..

When a company is doing well, creditors are happy and may not scrutinize common practices of management or of the board. But, when a company is in distress, you can expect a call from your lender requesting a meeting. And, if the company may be unabl...

Program Number
31303
Program Date
2021-12-21
Category
Banking & Finance LawBankruptcy Law & Creditor RightsBusiness LawBusiness Organizations & ContractsFederal CourtsFinancial RegulatoryFinancial ServicesFlorida Eligible
State
CaliforniaColoradoFloridaGeorgiaNew JerseyNew YorkTexas Self Study

Your company is in distress. Its bankers or bondholders have demanded that the company retain a chief restructuring officer (“CRO”) or a turnaround consultant as a condition to their cooperation in negotiating a forbearance agreement or l...

Program Number
31223
Program Date
2021-10-01
Category
Administrative Law & RegulationsBusiness Organizations & ContractsCorporate and Commercial LawCorporate and Securities LawFederal CourtsFlorida EligibleIn-House CounselLaw Practice Management
State
CaliforniaColoradoFloridaGeorgiaNew JerseyNew YorkTexas Self Study