George R. Hirsch is a Member of the Firm’s
Litigation and Creditor’s Rights/Bankruptcy Reorganization Practice Groups.
Mr. Hirsch represents creditors,
including banks and other financial institutions, in complex litigation and
restructuring matters throughout the
country. He also counsels secured
creditors in work-outs in the health care, real estate and precious metals
industries. He has appeared on behalf of
clients in Bankruptcy Courts, District Courts and State Courts in New York, New
Jersey, Delaware, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Michigan, Texas and California,
Mr. Hirsch’s financial institution representation has included
representation of a “too big to fail” bank in the workout of loans to a large
regional trucking company, representation of a major insurance carrier in the
bankruptcy of a national roofing manufacturer, representation in bankruptcy
matters of the equipment finance arm of one of the twenty largest U.S.
companies, representation of a lending subsidiary of a major broker-dealer firm
in numerous bankruptcy and litigation cases and representation of many other
banks and financial institutions in a variety of litigation and bankruptcy matters.
Mr. Hirsch also has broad business litigation experience, including jury
trials to verdict in both state and federal courts. In addition, because of his deep
understanding of both the Bankruptcy Code and the Uniform Commercial Code, Mr.
Hirsch frequently advises clients on non-litigated commercial issues.
Mr. Hirsch began his career as Law
Clerk to the Honorable Frank H. Freedman, U.S. District Judge, District of