Lowenstein Sandler is proud to announce that counsel Philip J. Gross will be representing the firm as a participant at the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges (NCBJ) prestigious Next Generation (NextGen) Program next week at the NCBJ Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas. With 40 up-and-coming bankruptcy practitioners from around the country participating in the program, NextGen nominees must meet stringent qualification criteria and demonstrate legal excellence in the practice of bankruptcy law, including a commitment to the principles of civility, ethics, and professionalism. Participants network with the highly esteemed bankruptcy judges and bankruptcy practitioners from across the country, and build relationships with NextGen alumni.
As counsel to the firm’s Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights Department, Philip’s practice focuses on counseling secured and unsecured creditors, debtors, and committees in commercial bankruptcy proceedings, as well as on providing banks, funds, and other clients with structuring and out-of-court advice. He has extensive experience in Chapter 11 cases around the country, contested bankruptcy hearings and trials, Chapter 15 recognition and Chapter 9 municipality proceedings, and bankruptcy appeals at the federal district and circuit court levels.
Note: Attendance is by invitation only and is not open to the public.