Flaster/Greenberg PC shareholder Rick Dressel has been tapped by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education to co-edit the 2012 edition of the Bankruptcy Practical Skills Series. This is the fourth time Dressel has co-edited for this series, which was released to the public earlier this year.
The Bankruptcy Practical Skills Series is a manual designed to provide a basic and practical guide through the bankruptcy process in the District of New Jersey. The manual reviews the practice under Chapters 7, 13, and 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, as well as the history and actions of both the offices of the Bankruptcy Court Clerk and the United States Trustee. Dressel co-edited the 2012 edition with fellow bankruptcy attorneys Andrew B. Altenburg, Jr., Christine M. Gravelle, William Mackin and Maureen P. Steady.
Dressel concentrates his practice in bankruptcy and financial workouts, representing individual 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.
- E. Richard Dressel