Mr. Haber has been an attorney specializing in bankruptcy litigation for over 35 years at firms such as Cooley and Kronish Lieb Weiner & Hellman before recently opening his own firm. He has defended and prosecuted hundreds of preference and other avoidance actions in courts throughout the United States and also serves on the panel of mediators in the bankruptcy courts in Delaware and the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Mr. Haber also has extensive experience as a mediator, having mediated over 200 preference and fraudulent conveyance lawsuits seeking recovery of varying amounts. As a result, he has a deep understanding of the strategies to be employed in such litigation from a variety of different perspectives and he has also been an instructor at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Bankruptcy Mediation Training programs. Mr. Haber’s Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating is AV Preeminent reflecting the highest ethical standards and legal ability.
The preference and fraudulent conveyance lawsuits Mr. Haber has mediated sought recovery of varying amounts from as low as $10,000 to as high as $19 million. They span a wide variety of industries and include cases such as Kodak, Delphi Automotive Systems, WP Steel, Greenwich Sentry Partners, Quebecor World (USA), Tower Manufacturing, Value City Department Stores, BearingPoint, Ultimate Electronics and Penn Traffic. Recently, he was named to the panel of mediators for preference actions brought in Sears and the Fyre Festival. As an accomplished litigator and as neutral, Mr. Haber engages his depth of experience in resolving even the most complex bankruptcy and commercial disputes in the most cost and time-efficient manner. Mr. Haber received his JD from the New York University School of Law, and his BA, cum laude, from Harvard University.
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