Mark Lichtenstein focuses his practice on a broad range of corporate and bankruptcy matters, including restructuring of private equity portfolio companies, bankruptcy litigation, and the acquisition of assets in bankruptcy cases, as well as workouts, creditors’ rights litigation, distressed real estate matters, and commercial counseling. Mark also has experience in structured finance transactions and the rendering of opinions in connection with these transactions.
In addition, Mark has experience representing secured and unsecured creditors, indenture trustees, debtors, Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Trustees, landlords, and licensees and licensors of intellectual property. Mark has handled bankruptcy litigation, including fraudulent conveyance, preferential transfer, breach of fiduciary duty, recharacterization, involuntary bankruptcy and equitable subordination cases. Mark also has experience in corporate and real estate transactions and non-bankruptcy litigations, including foreclosure actions in the CMBS context or otherwise, lender liability actions, and partnership and corporate disputes.