Matthew G. Roseman heads the firm’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights department. He represents debtors, secured creditors, landlords and acquirers of assets in bankruptcy proceedings throughout the United States. Over his years of practice, Matthew has advised debtors and creditors in corporate reorganizations involving both public corporations and privately held businesses, and he has successfully argued a case of the first impression before the United States Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit involving an issue of the bankruptcy procedure. Matthew also has particular experience representing construction companies and contractors in bankruptcy proceedings and workouts, and he regularly provides True Sale, Safe Harbor and Non-Consolidation opinion letters in complex commercial transactions.
Areas of Concentration:
Secured Lenders in Bankruptcy proceedings
Restructuring/Workout of commercial loans
Select Debtor representations in Chapter 11 proceedings
Acquisition of assets from Bankruptcy estates
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