The Bankruptcy Litigation Committee works to educate
the members of the bar and bench on the rapidly expanding role of
litigation in the bankruptcy courts as well as the role of
non-bankruptcy litigation in the disposition of the various rights and
interests present in the bankruptcy reorganization process. In
addition, the Committee has an active role in proposed legislation that
affects the admininstration of the bankruptcy process, both at the state
and federal level. The Committee also works to provide an
understanding of the opportunities that bankruptcy issues may present as
well as the pitfalls that can arise if bankruptcy issues fail to be
addressed when they arise outside of the bankruptcy court.
The Bankruptcy Litigation Committee is chaired by Douglas T.
Tabachnik, Law Offices of Douglas T. Tabachnik, P.C., Freehold, New
* The Committee recently released a report
to be published in the
spring 2008 issue ofthe NY Litigator on proposed
New York's fraudulent conveyance statute.
re Stern V. Marshall (July 2012)
Local Bankruptcy Rules (2007)
Response to ABA Recommendations for Proposed Amendments to Federal Rules
of Bankruptcy Procedures (2006)