Chad Friedman has been practicing law as a bankruptcy attorney since 2001.
Chad’s expertise has been developed to represent both debtors and creditors in complex complex chapter 11 restructurings and state court insolvency matters, with a niche and following as private lender’s counsel. In addition to a corporate practice, Mr. Friedman represents individuals and their families in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy cases and related litigation, with an emphasis on high net-worth individuals involving complicated, unusual, and difficult situations.
Chad is regularly appointed in a fiduciary capacity to serve as an Assignee for the Benefit of Creditors, where his duties focus on closing and selling corporate enterprises in a quick and efficient manner.
Mr. Friedman is a former student clerk for the Honorable Novalyn L. Winfield, United States Bankruptcy Judge in the District of New Jersey, and former student clerk for Burton R. Lifland, United States Bankruptcy Judge in the Southern District of New York.