Lawyer profile for USA 2021
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Ranked Band 2 Chambers USA Bankruptcy Litigation- Florida.
Greg Grossman focuses his practice on creditors’ rights, including bankruptcy and insolvency litigation, restructurings, and litigation involving the Uniform Commercial Code.
He regularly represents institutional lenders regarding non-performing loans including negotiating and documenting workout agreements and enforcing loan documentation through litigation. Grossman has represented lenders in restructurings of loans in a variety of industries including material handling, restaurant and hospitality, real estate development, motor vehicle, aviation, export/import, manufacturing, retailing, and wholesaling. He has substantial experience in all aspects of creditor’s remedies including attachment, replevin, garnishment, executions, mortgage foreclosure, fraudulent transfer litigation, and proceedings supplementary to execution.
Grossman filed the first Chapter 15 Bankruptcy in the State of Florida when he obtained “foreign main case” recognition of insolvency proceedings for a failed Barbados financial institution. He has since represented foreign insolvency trustees in more than thirty additional Chapter 15 cases in Florida, New York, and Texas. Grossman has counseled and litigated cases involving the sale of goods, checks and electronic transfers, personal property leases, letters of credit, and security interest disputes. Grossman has been invited to join the International Insolvency Institute, dedicated to promote and advance cooperation, coordination and communication in cross-border insolvencies.