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  • I have known Howard several years. He is very knowledgeable, professional and competent in bankruptcy...

  •   David is the first lawyer I call when one of my clients needs bankruptcy-related...

  • Howard is great! He is among the very penultimate best bankruptcy lawyers and bankruptcy trustees...

  • Howard Ehrenberg is an excellent lawyer, great problem solver, has really good people skills and...

  •   David is a consummate professional and one of the most brilliant attorneys I’ve ever...

  • Howard Ehrenberg is an excellent bankruptcy attorney and trustee. He employs his sound business sense...

  • Howard is one of the most respected and experienced bankruptcy attorneys and trustees in the...

  •   David Kupetz is a very effective insolvency lawyer who seeks to find the best...

  • I have worked with Howard on cases going back to the Queen Mary bankruptcy case...

  • I worked with Howard for over a decade and know him well. He is highly...

  • Howard is a well organized, competent, and ethical lawyer. It is a pleasure working with...

  • David is one of the preeminent restructuring attorneys in California. I selected him to prepare...

  • Disposing real estate as part of a bankruptcy liquidation deals with a lot of dynamic...

  • Howard is bright, capable and conscientious. He is detail oriented and attempts to look after...

  • Howard is and always has been extremely professional and regularly accessible and cooperative not only...

  • Few professional instill as much confidence as Howard when it comes to sorting through complex...

  • I have worked with Howard for over 15 years on various matters. He is a...

  • After many years of knowing David Kupetz, I finally had the opportunity to work with...

  •   I’ve known and worked with Howard over the years and have always found him...

  • Howard was my supervising attorney when I worked at Sulmeyer. He has a great work...

  • I have retained David on several occasions to assist us with debtor-creditor matters. David is...

  • I have personally known Howard for over 10 years and we have worked together on...

  • I worked with Howard on the bankruptcy case involving the Queen Mary in Long Beach....

  •   David is an excellent attorney for those landlords needing a value orientated consultant to...

  •   David Kupetz provided a calm, sure and steady hand in coordinating and directing a...

  •   David is one of the most competent and knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyers I have worked...

  •   I have known David for about 5 years and have drawn on his expertise...

  • Howard is an extremely diligent, prudent, honest, and efficient bankruptcy trustee and receiver. I have...

  •   I have worked with David for over 10 years and on over 30 different...

  • David has been a highly effective legal advisor for companies I have represented as financial...

  • I have worked with Howard Ehrenberg on cases going back to the Queen Mary bankruptcy...

  •     I have worked with Howard Ehrenberg for over 15 years on various matters....

  •   I have personally known Howard Ehrenberg for over 10 years and we have worked...

  • While doing a turnaround, we needed bankruptcy counsel and chose SulmeyerKupetz over many others. We...

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Yearly News Archives: 2017

Webinar: The Ins and Outs of Extraterritoriality in Bankruptcy Cases

Debtors frequently transfer assets to foreign transferees. Recovering those assets in bankruptcy as a preference, fraudulent transfer, or unauthorized post-petition transfer, might require convincing the Bankruptcy Court that applicable sections of the Bankruptcy Code apply extraterritorially. Opinions among the circuits are far from uniform, and recent cases have only widened the disparate views. Convincing a Bankruptcy Court to assert jurisdiction over an avoidance claim …

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Federal Preemption of State Constructive Fraudulent Transfer Law: David Kupetz Authors Norton Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law Article

In Deutsche Bank Trust Co. v. McCormick (In re Tribune Co. Fraudulent Conveyance Litig.), the Second Circuit Court of Appeals stated that “once a party enters bankruptcy, the Bankruptcy Code constitutes a wholesale preemption of state laws regarding creditors’ rights”— a conclusion that appears to be at odds with U.S. Supreme Court precedent. In the article “Federal Preemption of State Constructive Fraudulent Transfer Law …

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David Goodrich Presents at Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum

Member David Goodrich will present on the Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum’s panel “How to Conduct a Better Sale Process” on October 2 at the L.A. Hotel in Los Angeles. The panel also features the Honorable Neil W. Bason with the United States Bankruptcy Court, Sharon M. Kopman with sk2 Partners, LLC and Oak Point Partners and George Saoud with Fidelity National Title Group. The …

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No Skipping Allowed: David Kupetz Authors Los Angeles Lawyer Article Discussing Jevic Ruling

In the recent case Czyzewski v. Jevic Holding Corp (Jevic), the Supreme Court ruled that bankruptcy courts lack the legal power to approve the structured dismissal of any Chapter 11 bankruptcy case “that provides for distributions that do not follow ordinary priority rules without the affected creditors’ consent.” In the Los Angeles Lawyer article “No Skipping Allowed,” David Kupetz analyzed the Jevic ruling and …

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Jason Balitzer Appointed to California State Bar Business Law Section’s Insolvency Law Committee

We are pleased to announce that the Executive Committee of the Business Law Section of the State Bar of California has appointed Jason Balitzer as a member of the Business Law Section’s Insolvency Law Committee (ILC). The ILC serves as a forum to educate lawyers nationwide on recent developments and current issues in the field of insolvency law and also provides a platform to …

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Trouble at the Mall: e-Commerce Hurting Brick-and-Mortar Space – Victor Sahn Featured in Bloomberg BNA Article

With consumer purchasing preferences having a profound effect on brick-and-mortar stores, retailers have been forced to adjust to changing trends and find their place in the online market. Bloomberg BNA turned to Member Victor Sahn to weigh in on the challenges facing retailers. “Even the behemoth Walmart is blinking under the glare of Amazon’s popularity and scrambling to find its place in the online …

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