In an ever-changing global economy and in an increasingly competitive business environment, SilvermanAcampora's Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Group provides our clients with a full range of individually tailored solutions designed to attain realistic business objectives and to aggressively maximize business opportunities.
Under the leadership of Kenneth P. Silverman, a distinguished bankruptcy practitioner and lecturer, the Group represents clients in bankruptcy courts throughout the United States in matters ranging from chapter 7 liquidations to nationally prominent chapter 11 reorganizations. The Group's highly insightful attorneys rely upon their considerable business experience and their in-depth understanding of bankruptcy principles to navigate our clients through the uncertainties of business reorganizations and liquidations. Our goal is to achieve quick and effective business results. The Group regularly guides institutional and other lenders, investors, high net-worth individuals, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors' committees, debtors, equity committees, employee and retiree committees, and landlords through the bankruptcy process. Using SilvermanAcampora's cross-discipline approach, attorneys from both the Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Group and the Litigation Group regularly advance our clients' interests in state and bankruptcy courts and in appeals at state and federal levels.
Although of utmost importance, the successful representation of clients in bankruptcy cases is not the Group's only focus. Our attorneys also have comprehensive experience in the purchase and sale of assets from distressed or insolvent companies and, with the assistance of the Corporate and Real Estate, have participated in the purchase and sale of hundreds of millions of dollars of assets both in and out of bankruptcy.
Attorneys in the Group are actively involved in the bankruptcy community and participate in a variety of bankruptcy-related professional organizations such as the American Bankruptcy Institute. Our attorneys, some of whom teach bankruptcy and bankruptcy-related classes at area law schools, regularly lecture to credit groups and other associations and chair and speak at continuing legal education programs.
- Kenneth P. Silverman - Group Chair
- Edward M. Flint
- Ronald J. Friedman
- Gerard R. Luckman
- Adam L. Rosen
- Sheryl P. Giugliano
- Justin S. Krell
- Cooper J. Macco
- Christopher J. Rubino
- Brett S. Silverman
- Brian Powers