Flaster Greenberg PC, a full-service commercial business law firm, announced the appointment of its 2016 chairs of the firm’s Bankruptcy, Corporate, Environmental, Intellectual Property, Litigation, Real Estate and Tax Law Departments.
E. Richard Dressel will serve as chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy, Financial Restructuring and Risk Management Department. He represents individuals and corporate debtors in Chapter 11 reorganization and Chapter 7 liquidation proceedings, as well as individuals in Chapter 13 proceedings. He also focuses on the representation of secured creditors in financial workouts, foreclosure and bankruptcy settings, and unsecured creditors and creditor committees in bankruptcy proceedings.
Thomas J. Durling will continue to serve as chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Department. He has more than 30 years experience handling business and intellectual property issues, with a focus on patent and trademark procurement, merger and acquisition due diligence, business agreement negation, intellectual property litigation and client counseling.
Michael D. Homans will serve as chair of the firm’s Litigation Department. He practices labor and employment law, concentrating on the litigation of workplace disputes and pre-litigation advice to employers and employees, including matters relating to wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, whistleblowing, non-compete agreements, wage payment, overtime, family and medical leave, and breach of contract. Follow his employment law blog at http://www.michaelhomans.com or twitter handle @EmployLawUpdate.
Marty M. Judge will serve another year as chair of the firm’s Environmental and Real Estate Law Departments. He is a former Deputy Attorney General for the State of New Jersey, once representing the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, who now focuses his practice on environmental litigation, transactional matters, compliance and counseling in private practice.
Alan H. Zuckerman will serve another year as chair of the firm’s Corporate and TaxDepartments. He has a business practice with a concentration in federal and state taxation, business and corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions (involving both public and privately held companies), estate planning and administration and healthcare law. Zuckerman is also a certified public accountant.