Robert M. Novick

Robert M. Novick practices in the areas of complex bankruptcy reorganizations, out of court restructurings, and creditors’ rights litigation.  He represents traditional and non-conventional lenders, official and ad hoc committees, debtors, and individual creditors (secured and unsecured) in cases under the Bankruptcy Code, related litigation, and out of court restructurings.  Rob has extensive experience in developing and opposing plans of reorganization and restructuring agreements, litigating fraudulent transfer and inter-creditor disputes, and legal issues affecting distressed securities.  He also has additional experience in the area of commercial litigation.  He is listed in New York Metro Super Lawyers.

Rob regularly presents accredited continuing legal education lectures on bankruptcy topics.  He was a speaker at the 84th National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, CLE Program “Rule 2019: Claims Trading, the Ad Hoc Committee, and the Implications of Going Dark,” he was also a panelist at the Subprime ABS in Las Vegas on the topic of "The Emerging Role of Private Money as a Viable Sub-Subprime Solution," and is a judge at New York University's Marden Moot Court Competition.  Rob served on a volunteer basis as Director and Chief Executive Officer for a financially distressed 700-student not-for-profit elementary school.  He is also an author or contributing editor of multiple titles in the Blond’s Law Guide series.