Mandelbaum Barrett PC named to 2024 Best Law Firms
November 9, 2023
Mandelbaum Barrett PC is thrilled to announce that once again we have been recognized by Best Lawyers on their “2024 Best Law Firms®” list! This recognition highlights the ongoing excellence of our dedicated team of attorneys, underscoring our unwavering commitment to providing top-notch legal services and ensuring client satisfaction. We take pride in the fact that 16 of our practice […]
Vincent Roldan named to the New Jersey Law Journal’s 2023 Diverse Attorneys of the Year list
October 11, 2023
Mandelbaum Barrett PC Bankruptcy and Banking Partner, Vincent J. Roldan, Esq. has been named to New Jersey Law Journal’s 2023 Diverse Attorneys of the Year list. After receiving nominations from across the New Jersey legal community, the Law Journal announced its honorees. Congratulations to Vincent and all the honorees. Read the full article here.
Partner Vincent J. Roldan Recognized in the Lawdragon 500 Leading Bankruptcy & Restructuring Lawyers for 2023
June 29, 2023
The Lawdragon 500 Leading Bankruptcy & Restructuring Lawyers for 2023 highlights an esteemed group of legal professionals renowned for their expertise in guiding companies through ailing economies and uncertain times. We are happy to announce that Vincent J. Roldan, a Partner at Mandelbaum Barrett PC licensed to practice in New Jersey and New York, has been recognized as […]
Navigating the Shifting Terrain of Subchapter V: Vincent J. Roldan Sheds Light on Conflicting Court Rulings in the ABI Law Journal
June 26, 2023
Discover the latest in the still-evolving landscape of Subchapter V. This insightful article, published in the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Journal, examines the application of nondischargeability provisions to corporate debtors. Written by Vincent J. Roldan, a Partner in Mandelbaum Barrett PC’s Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights, and Banking and Financial Services groups, this piece sheds light on conflicting court […]
Deal Alert: Team Effort for $120M Real Estate Development Loan
February 16, 2023
We proudly represented a regional bank as the Agent for a 3-bank group in a $120M loan for the purchase of a 300-acre corporate campus from a major pharmaceutical company. It took almost 2 years to complete and is considered a “once in a generation” opportunity by the buyer who has plans to develop the […]
Vincent J. Roldan will Speak on “Inflation/Recession: Impacts to Financing and Bankruptcy” in NYC.
September 27, 2022
The New York Institute of Credit and the Northeast Chapter of IFA are coming together to offer a program focused on topics such as inflation, recession, financing, bankruptcy, and more. Vincent J. Roldan, Partner in Mandelbaum Barrett PC’s Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights, and Banking and Financial Services groups, will be speaking on “Inflation/Recession: Impacts to Financing and Bankruptcy.” If you […]
Mandelbaum Barrett PC is excited to welcome Taylar E. Green, Esq. as an Associate in our Banking and Financial Services Group.
June 17, 2022
Taylar represents borrowers and traditional and non-traditional institutional lenders in matters relating to asset-based lending, acquisition financing, and commercial transactions.
Mandelbaum Barrett PC is excited to announce Susan M. Lee, Esq. as our new Counsel in the Banking and Financial Services Department.
May 5, 2022
She represents regional and community banks, commercial finance companies, borrowers, and entrepreneurs and assists clients with complex transactions, negotiation and documentation of loan transactions, real estate financings and transactions, and corporate acquisitions and sales.
Jeffrey Rosenthal and Vincent Roldan co-author New Jersey Law Journal article titled "The Big Dance: Bankruptcy Court to Analyze Texas Two Step"
January 27, 2022
Jeffrey M Rosenthal and Vincent J. Roldan of our Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights and Banking and Financial Services practice groups explore the Chapter 11 filing by a subsidiary of J&J in this article in the New Jersey Law Journal.
The company used a corporate restructuring strategy known as the "Texas Two Step." The issue that will be in front of the New Jersey bankruptcy court — Is the restructuring strategy a proper use of bankruptcy code?