Practice Areas
  • Gianna M. Casola
  • Andrea Dobin
  • Michele M. Dudas
  • Sari B. Placona
  • Joshua H. Raymond
  • Shoshana Schiff
  • Anthony Sodono, III
  • Joseph R. Zapata, Jr.

Bankruptcy Litigation


Bankruptcy cases often give rise to litigation that is unique to the Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 process, including objections to claims; preferential transfers, fraudulent conveyances, and other avoidable actions; challenges to the dischargeability of a debtor or certain debts; and contested disclosure statement and plan confirmation hearings.  Bankruptcy litigation is best conducted by bankruptcy litigators who are most familiar with the special laws, rules, practices and procedures applicable in bankruptcy court.

The firm’s attorneys have extensive experience in handling complex bankruptcy litigation.  They have successfully prosecuted numerous bankruptcy litigation cases including the recovery of a $5,000,000 jury trial verdict on behalf of a bankruptcy trustee.  Also, we have successfully prosecuted hundreds of preference and fraudulent conveyance actions and litigated stay relief motions and objections to discharge.

Who We Serve

  • Debtors
  • Trustees
  • Non-debtor Spouses
  • Trade Creditors
  • Lenders
  • Suppliers
  • Landlords
  • Principals
  • Employees
  • Asset Purchasers
  • Insurance Carriers
  • Government Entities 

Contact Us
For more information about our Bankruptcy Litigation services, please contact Anthony Sodono, III, Chair, Bankruptcy & Restructuring Group, at or 973-721-5038.



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