Three Flaster Greenberg Attorneys Tapped for 2024 Law360 Editorial Advisory Boards

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Shareholders William Burnett, Daniel Markind, and Eric Palombo have been tapped by Law360 to be members of the news outlet's editorial advisory boards. Burnett, Markind, and Palombo will serve on the news outlet's Bankruptcy, Energy, and Transportation boards, respectively. 

Each editorial advisory board has twelve members who are tasked to provide feedback on Law360's coverage and expert insight on how best to shape future coverage.

William Burnett represents clients in all areas of Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, creditor’s rights and corporate liquidations. In addition, he counsels debtors on the advantages and disadvantages of Chapter 11 and the rights and remedies of creditors and unsecured creditors' committees in the Chapter 11 process. His representations include financially distressed companies, creditors' committees, trustees, plan administrators, secured and unsecured creditors, Chapter 7 trustees, Chapter 11 debtors-in-possession, landlords, equipment lessors, asset purchasers, and preference plaintiffs and defendants.  

Daniel Markind has over 35 years of experience as an airport, real estate, energy, and corporate transactional attorney. During that time, he has represented some of the largest companies in the United States in sophisticated purchase, sale, financing, leasing, zoning and land use, workout and development matters. He also has helped form numerous start-up and smaller entities and has assisted in their growth. Markind has developed a sub-specialty in energy issues, including renewable energy, and oil and gas development and leasing. He speaks widely on Marcellus Shale and other mineral extraction and energy issues, and has been asked to give testimony on oil and gas issues before the Pennsylvania State Senate. He represents numerous companies and individuals involved in different capacities related to solar and wind energy development, natural gas and oil leasing, production, transmission and waste disposal. 

Eric Palombo has extensive experience having litigated matters throughout the country. While his practice is diverse, his primary focus is on transportation law and representing clients in matters involving substantial property damage claims and commercial disputes, including significant derailments, freight claim litigation and matters involving damage to transportation infrastructure such as maritime allisions, maritime limitation of liability actions, and architectural, engineering and construction defect cases. His transportation experience covers rail, motor carrier and maritime law as well as claims arising under the Carmack Amendment and the Carriage of Goods by Seas Act.

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