Michael T. Rozea

Michael T. Rozea

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Michael T. Rozea is a seasoned bankruptcy litigator and associate at LH&M. Michael’s practice focuses primarily on the representation of trustees, debtors and creditors in complex bankruptcy cases, debt restructuring and related litigation. Prior to joining LH&M, Michael gained significant experience in real estate related matters in bankruptcy while representing landlords, corporate tenants, investors, hedge funds, lenders, and mortgage servicers. While in law school, Michael concurrently served as the Editor in Chief of the New York Real Property Law Review and the Managing Editor of the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, one of the most respected scholarly publications in the bankruptcy community. Michael employs a practical, results-oriented approach that helps his clients maximize value on their investments.


  • John’s University School of Law – 2009 (Dean’s List)
  • Fordham University – 2005 (President’s List)
  • Chaminade High School – 2001

Bar Admissions

  • Courts of the State of New York
  • United States Districts Courts for the Eastern, Southern, Northern and Western Districts of New York
  • United States District Court of Connecticut

Published Articles/CLE Presentations/Organizations

  • 2017-18 Elected Member of EDNY Consumer Lawyers’ Advisory Committee
  • SDNY Panelist – Nuts and Bolts of Bankruptcy for Lawyers: Best Practice for Loss Mitigation
  • Southern District Establishes Standards for ‘Good Faith’ Participation in Court-Ordered Mediation, ABF Journal, (August/September 2011)
  • Secret Extensions: Preference Actions Avoiding the Statute of Limitations, ABF Journal (March 2011)
  • In re Philadelphia Newspapers: The Not-So-Secured Right to Credit Bid, ABF Journal (April 2010)
  • Court of Appeals Rules Unsecured Creditors May Claim Post-Petition Attorneys’ Fees, ABF Journal (March 2010)
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