To best represent all of our clients, LH&M is at the forefront of emerging bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy issues, as evidenced by the following publications:

An Analysis of the Condominium and Cooperative Abuse Relief Act of 1980, Hofstra Law Review, Volume 15:3 (1988) (Salvatore LaMonica, author)

At the Crossroads of Environmental Laws and the Bankruptcy Code: Abandonment and Trustee Personal Liability, Hofstra Law Review, Volume 23:879 (1995) (Joseph S. Maniscalco, author)

Bankruptcy Code §510 Recent Developments piece for Norton American Survey, 2012 Edition

Section 1126(e): When Does a Creditor Lose Its Right to Vote? 18 J. Bankr. L. & Prac. 2 (2009) (Jacqulyn Loftin, author)

D’Amico V. Crosson, Touro Law Review, Vol. 16, no. 2, page 555 (2000) (Donna M. Fiorelli, author)

Recent Amendments to New York’s Exemption Laws, The Nassau Lawyer (Apr. 2011) (Joseph S. Maniscalco, Esq. and Rachel P. Corcoran, co-authors)

Roper v. Simmons: The Execution of Juvenile Criminal Offenders in America and the International Community’s Response, 22 St. John’s J. Legal Comment. 717 (2008) (Jacqulyn Loftin, author)

Same Sex Couples May be able to File Joint Bankruptcy Petitions, The Nassau Lawyer (Nov. 2011) (David A. Blansky and Rachel P. Corcoran, co-authors)

The “Unfinished Business” Doctrine in Law Firm Bankruptcies, The Nassau Lawyer, Vol. 64, No. 4 (Dec. 2014) (Scott L. Fleischer, author)

Why Successor Liability Claims Are Not “Interests in Property” Under Section 363(f), 18 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. 697 (2010) (Rachel P. Corcoran, author)

  • LH&M is considered a debt relief agency.
    LH&M helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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