Leonard P. Goldberger Elected to INSOL World Editorial Board
PHILADELPHIA, PA and NEW YORK, NY, October 25, 2010 – Leonard P. Goldberger, Esq., a Stevens & Lee Shareholder, has been elected to the INSOL World Editorial Board. In 2008, Mr. Goldberger completed INSOL International’s Global Insolvency Practice Course, with honors, to become a member of the inaugural class of INSOL Fellows.
INSOL International is a world-wide federation of national associations for lawyers and accountants who focus their practices on turnaround and insolvency. There are currently 40 member associations world-wide with over 10,000 professionals participating as members of INSOL International. INSOL currently publishes 17 journals and references concerning insolvency and related subjects.
Leonard P. Goldberger has nearly 35 years of experience practicing business bankruptcy law. As a member of Stevens & Lee’s China Practice Group, he works with Chinese investors in the acquisition of financially distressed U.S. businesses and assets.
Mr. Goldberger has lectured and written extensively on cross-border insolvency law topics. Recently, his articles on cross-border insolvency matters have been published in China Daily and Bloomberg Law Reports. He was the featured speaker at conference on Acquiring Financially Distressed Companies and Assets in U.S.A., sponsored by the Department of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation of Guangdong Province, and organized by The Guangdong Enterprises Association for Foreign Economic Cooperation, in Guangzhou, China. He has also spoken at private law firms in Beijing, China, the Strategic Foreign Investment Forum for Overseas Returnee Enterprises co-sponsored by The Guangzhou Municipal Government and The Guangzhou Chamber of Commerce of Chinese Returnees, in Guangzhou, China, and at the Distressed Investing & Financial Restructuring China 2009 Conference, in Shanghai, China. In December 2010, Mr. Goldberger will be giving a lecture on cross-border insolvency law matters at the KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiaotong University, in Shanghai, China.
Mr. Goldberger received a J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and a B.A., summa cum laude, from Temple University.