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Janice B. Grubin Partner

Ms. Grubin is a member of the Firm’s Corporate Restructuring, Bankruptcy and Creditor Rights Group with experience in a wide range of insolvency litigation and transactional matters in multiple jurisdictions. Her practice focuses on the representation of debtors, creditors, trustees and official and unofficial committees in voluntary and involuntary bankruptcy proceedings and corporate restructurings in profit and not-for-profit sectors.

Ms. Grubin has been involved in cases of national significance in a variety of debtor and creditor representations, includingMF Global, Patriot Coal Company, Chemtura Corporation, Delphi Corp., Quebecor World (USA), Inc., Dan River Holdings, LLC, Fortunoff’s, Enron Corp., The Singer Company N.V., Keene Corporation, Public Service Company of New Hampshire, Zale’s, R.H. Macy’s & Co., Inc., Merry-Go-Round Enterprises and Adelphia Communications Corporation. Additionally, Ms. Grubin obtained the dismissal with prejudice of a $10.5 million preference lawsuit, advised a holding company of ultra-high end hotel properties in its wind-down and is assisting a rural hospital and nursing home in a restructuring under the New York not-for-profit laws.

Ms. Grubin has also been appointed and elected as trustee and examiner in several notable cases pending in the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Southern, Eastern and Northern Districts of New York:

Ms. Grubin is the former co-chair of the ABI’s Mass Torts Task Force and a former member of the Advisory Group on Gender and Bankruptcy Law to the Working Committee of the Second Circuit Task Force on Gender, Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Courts.  She has lectured for the American Bankruptcy Institute, New York State Bar Association and Ram/Beard Group Conference on Corporate Reorganization and has been published on a number of bankruptcy-related issues.

Ms. Grubin served as the law clerk to Bankruptcy Judge Stephen D. Gerling from 1987 to 1989.  In the Spring of 2010, she served as LeGal’s representative on the Independent Screening Panel for the New York Democratic Committee in relation to 6 Civil Court judicial openings.