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About Robert Glantz

Robert Glantz

Rob is a principal at Much Shelist and has more than three decades of experience counseling financial institutions and debtors in all areas of creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, and financing matters. He brings a wealth of experience to clients in need of representation in bankruptcy proceedings, commercial foreclosures, bankruptcy litigation, out-of-court workouts, and the acquisition and sale of assets. His clients include trustees, secured creditors and committees, receivers, and purchasers and sellers of troubled companies.
As a certified public accountant, Rob has firsthand experience with the challenges and opportunities brought on by any bankruptcy matter. He advises clients with a comprehensive understanding of the industry in mind.
Prior to Much, Rob was a founding member of Shaw Fishman Glantz & Towbin LLC, which merged with Fox Rothschild in 2018. He practiced there for more than 20 years.

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Articles by Robert Glantz

A distressed business has a multitude of options to explore. Understand how Bankruptcy Code Section 363 works during a business bankruptcy.

There are a number of mistakes that can be made in documenting a commercial loan. Learn the top 12 mistakes to avoid.

A distressed business has a multitude of options to explore. Understand how subchapter V of Chapter 11 can be used to restructure a business.

Sellers and buyers must know the key elements of selling a distressed business outside of bankruptcy. Levels of protection vary on both sides.

Legal framework governing assumption, assignment, and rejection of executory contracts and unexpired leases in bankruptcy can be complicated.

In this installment, get an overview of Section 365 and understand how executory contracts can keep distressed businesses afloat.

Will lenders loan to a company in bankruptcy? In this installment, uncover the many intricacies of DIP financing & cash collateral motions in bankruptcy.

Let’s take a look at bankruptcy from the secured creditor’s perspective (they play a large role in a distressed business situation). Read about what a secured creditor should know when a business files for bankruptcy.