Leonard P. Goldberger Presents to Delegation of Senior Lawyers from China
PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK CITY, May 7, 2019 – Stevens & Lee’s Leonard P. Goldberger presented, “Dangers and Opportunities in Uncertain Times of Cross-Border Distress,” to a delegation of senior Chinese lawyers at a program held at The New School in New York City on May 3, 2019. The event was organized by iCourt, a leading Chinese CLE provider.
Lenny has more than 40 years of experience in business bankruptcy law. He represents international and domestic investors in the acquisition and financing of financially distressed businesses; insurers in connection with asbestos, mass tort, environmental and products liability bankruptcy cases; and institutional creditors in commercial bankruptcy cases.
A former Vice President, Director and Executive Committee member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, Lenny has also been Chair of the American Bar Association’s Committee on Insurance Coverage Subcommittee on Insolvency and is a member of the ABA’s Litigation Section and its Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section. Lenny is also a member of INSOL International. He is an INSOL International Global Insolvency Fellow.
Lenny lectures and writes extensively on bankruptcy law and China-related topics and has served as a contributing editor on the editorial boards of the American Bankruptcy Institute Journal and INSOL World. He has lectured on Chinese acquisitions of distressed U.S. businesses and assets at Peking University School of Law, Tsinghua University School of Law/Temple University School of Law, Central University of Finance and Economics Law School and KoGuan Law School LLM Program at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. For the last 12 years, Lenny has given programs on insurance and policyholder bankruptcies at the Insurance Society of Philadelphia.
As published in Philadelphia magazine, Lenny was recognized as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer from 2005 through 2019 by being selected by his peers as among the top 5 percent of lawyers in the Commonwealth.