Jonathan Feldman is a partner with the firm in the litigation practice. He focuses his practice on bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation, financial services litigation and professional malpractice litigation.
Bankruptcy and restructuring
Asset protection and complex collection litigation
D&O, financial institution and professional malpractice litigation
Court appointed fiduciary representation
Represented creditors committee in $240+ million condominium converter fraud. Notable achievements included (i) reviewing and analyzing disposition of commercial real estate projects; (ii) confirming chapter 11 plan of liquidation; (iii) successfully settling significant fraud and negligence claims against pre-bankruptcy lenders, outside legal counsel and senior management; (iv) filing, managing and resolving over 50 separately filed suits in connection with the bankruptcy case and (v) negotiation and elimination of $200+ million in secured and unsecured debt.
Represented liquidating trustee for two hedge funds in the 3rd largest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history. Notable achievements included (i) confirming chapter 11 plan of liquidation; (ii) asserting and resolving fraud and negligence claims against pre-bankruptcy auditor, financial institutions, outside legal counsel and former principals and officers and (iii) representing liquidating trustee on creditor committee matters in main fraud case.
Represented court appointed receiver and bankruptcy trustee in connection with multi-million dollar fraud perpetrated by Claudio Osorio. Notable achievements included unwinding business affairs of Mr. Osorio, investigating claims against third-parties and liquidating assets for the benefit of creditors.
Represented creditors committee in $200 million Everglades on the Bay real estate bankruptcy. Notable achievements included successfully contesting secured lender’s attempt to dismiss the bankruptcy case as a bad faith filing and negotiating distribution to unsecured creditors notwithstanding lack of equity in the project beyond the secured debt.