Alan Marder is a member of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution and Bankruptcy and Business Reorganization law practices at Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. Mr. Marder has been involved in all aspects of state and federal litigation since he began his career in 1982. Mr. Marder represents clients in a wide-variety of substantive areas including complex commercial disputes, bankruptcy litigation, real estate contract disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, employment contract disputes, corporate and partnership disputes and lender-liability actions. He represents one of the world’s largest investment banks, several real estate investment trusts, real estate developers, banks and several private and public companies.
Represents international investment bank in bankruptcy and districtcourt cases including Adelphia Recovery Trust v. Bank of America, N.A., et al., In re Enron Corp., In re PlusFunds, Inc., In re Copperfield Investments, LLC, In re Refco, Inc., In re SHC, Inc., In re Teligent, Inc., In re Velocita Corp. and In re Farmland, Inc. The matters include: (a) the Enron “megalitigation;” (b) the Adelphia bank litigation; (c) actions involving foreign currency transactions; (d) disputes relating to mortgage repurchases; (e) preference actions; and (f) investment banking fee disputes.
Represents a proposed asset purchaser in an adversary proceeding commenced by a bankruptcy trustee in connection with a bid to purchase the assets of the bankruptcy estate.
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Mr. Marder began his career at two highly regarded New York City law firms: Loeb & Loeb and Warshaw, Burstein, Cohen, Schlesinger & Kuh. Prior to joining Meyer Suozzi, Mr. Marder was a partner at two Long Island law firms: Rosen Slome Marder LLP and Shaw, Licitra, Esernio & Schwartz, P.C.