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Russell C. Silberglied

Russell Silberglied practices both bankruptcy litigation and core chapter 11 work. Examples of Russ' bankruptcy litigation matters include breach of fiduciary duty suits, equitable subordination and recharacterization litigation, first and second lien litigation, valuation fights, and contested plan confirmation and DIP financing hearings. In core bankruptcy matters, Russ represents debtors and creditors in chapter 11 and chapter 15 cases. He also advises troubled companies on non-bankruptcy solutions.


Articles by Russell C. Silberglied

ExeControl Over Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege

Can an Executive Exert Control of Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege?

Does Corporate Counsel Represent the Executive or the Company? The F-Squared Investments Bankruptcy is a Warning for Executives [Editor’s Note: Russell C. Silberglied ([email protected]) is a director of Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A. The views expressed in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of Richards, Layton & Finger or its […]


Receipt of goods in administrative claims

When are Goods ‘Received by the Debtor’ for Purposes of a Section 503(b)(9) Administrative Expense Claim?

Two Decisions that Clarify “Receipt” of Goods in Administrative Expense Claims   Section 503(b)(9) of the Bankruptcy Code1 allows a creditor an administrative expense claim (i.e., a claim with payment priority over other pre-bankruptcy claims) for the value of goods that the debtor “received” within 20 days before filing for bankruptcy. But what precisely does […]


Aerial view of real estate in suburb

Claims Trading of Notes of a Debtor Might Become More Difficult After Woodbridge

When a debtor files for Chapter 11 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, often a creditor’s only remedy is to wait for a sale or reorganization, the claims resolution process and other actions to be taken before the debtor or trustee can make distribution on the claim.


Can an Executive Exert Control of Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege?

What exactly does it mean when a company’s attorneys represent the company, not the company’s executives?  Suppose an executive consults with company attorneys to determine if the company’s course of action is legally permissible.  Months after receiving the legal advice, the company files for bankruptcy.  The executive is also criminally prosecuted over the very actions […]


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