Samuel Schwartz, a graduate of Loyola School of Law in Chicago, began his professional career with a general corporate practice in 1997, and transitioned to general corporate and bankruptcy practice in 1998.
Prior to starting his own firm, Mr. Schwartz practiced commercial bankruptcy law, representing debtors and creditors on a broad range of business reorganization and restructuring matters involving a variety of industries, including South Edge, LLC, developer of Southern Nevada’s Inspirada Master Planned Community, W. R. Grace & Co.’s asbestos related Chapter 11 bankruptcies, Trans World Airlines, Inc. in its Chapter 11 cases, Zenith Electronics Corporation in its corporate restructuring and Chapter 11 reorganization, Jitney-Jungle Stores of America, Inc. in its Chapter 11 auction and liquidation, AmeriServe Food Distribution in its Chapter 11 liquidation, PhyAmerica Physician Services in its Chapter 11 restructuring, auction and sale, The Williams Companies as the largest creditor in the bankruptcy of Williams Communication, Inc., among several other debtors and creditors in Chapter 11. Specifically, Mr. Schwartz represents both consumers and businesses in all forms of restructuring, bankruptcy and workouts.
In addition to handling all aspects of bankruptcy and restructuring workouts, Mr. Schwartz worked on corporate matters, specifically acquisitions, mergers, general corporate representation, and also specializes in personal injury cases – for expert personal injury attorney help in Las Vegas, visit www.rescuelawyers.com.
He also handles all aspects of real estate short sales and helped manage the sale of under-water properties in the states of Nevada, California, Arizona, Florida and Illinois.
Samuel Schwartz is also a real estate broker, licensed in the states of Florida and Nevada.
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