For more than 22 years, Regina L. Griffin has focused her practice on commercial litigation, specifically on litigation arising out of corporate insolvencies.
Represented a syndicate of financial institutions and advised regarding rights as secured creditors in connection with the high-profile, half-billion-dollar bankruptcy of the failed remediator of New Jersey Meadowland landfills.
Represented the Chapter 11 trustee of a former electronic brokerage company in successful prosecution of complex fraudulent conveyance claims and dozens of other multifaceted litigations, which led to the recovery of more than $75 million in assets and 90 percent distribution to creditors.
Represented the litigation trustee of a former leading language-recognition software company worth nearly $900 million in connection with federal and common law claims assigned to a litigation trust, which arose out of the client’s fraudulently induced merger with a then-leading Belgian voice recognition and translation company.
Represented a leading property development and management firm in connection with insolvency of retailer-tenants in more than a dozen shopping center properties.
Memberships : American Bankruptcy Institute
Community : Emerald Association of Long Island
J.D., St. John’s University School of Law, 1992, St. John’s Law Review
B.S., St. John’s University, 1989, cum laude
U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York