Michele Arbeeny, Partner, focuses her practice on real estate finance, municipal finance and trade finance. She represents financial institutions and not-for-profits in all aspects of secured and unsecured financing. She is the Chair of Windels Marx Women.
John D. Holden, Partner, represents clients on diverse and complex litigation matters relating to technology licensing, business, financial, commercial real estate and other areas, often involving local, national and international concerns. He has tried numerous cases before the state and federal courts of New York, New Jersey, Delaware and other jurisdictions, and has extensive experience in arbitration and alternative dispute resolution. He is the co-chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Licensing Litigation Department and a member of the Executive Committee.
Kim M. Longo, Partner, represents debtors, trustees, creditors and other parties in interest in bankruptcy proceedings of varying sizes. Her experience spans reorganization and liquidation, including general estate administration, the assumption and rejection of contracts, the sale of a debtor’s assets, the prosecution of avoidance and other actions, and the determination of claims. She is a supervising attorney in the firm’s representation of the Trustee for the SIPA liquidation of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC.
Scott R. Matthews, Partner, focuses on business disputes, often in the employment context, as well as counseling employers and senior executives regarding employment matters. His clients span the real estate, marketing, financial services, executive recruiting, professional services, transportation, retail and manufacturing industries.
Sanjay Mody, Partner, has a practice that spans the areas of infrastructure, real estate, government and finance. He advises public and private sector clients on a range of matters, focusing on complex
transactions with a governmental dimension. He was a Sr. Advisor to the Chairman of the Port Authority of NY & NJ.
James M. Sullivan, Partner, focuses his practice on corporate restructuring and bankruptcy, distressed situations and complex commercial disputes. He brings a wealth of experience representing creditors’ committees, corporate debtors, banks, secured and unsecured creditors, trustees and distressed investors in large Chapter 11 cases.
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