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Michelman & Robinson Welcomes New Partner in Los Angeles and Launches Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice Group

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May 18, 2020

Michelman & Robinson, LLP (M&R) is pleased to announce the continued expansion of its Los Angeles office with the addition of Howard Camhi, the firm’s newest member and a bankruptcy pro with 30 years experience representing commercial clients and trustees in complex bankruptcy cases, corporate restructuring and reorganizations (both in and out of court), and distressed asset, acquisition and disposition and related litigation matters.

At M&R, he will continue to do the same, as the firm has launched its Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice Group in response to extraordinary demand in the shadow of the economic chaos and business closures caused by the COVID-19 crisis.

Commenting on M&R’s newest partner and practice, Sanford Michelman, the firm’s chairman and co-founder, said, “With every challenge comes opportunity—in this case, the chance to welcome Howard into the M&R family and expand our client base to businesses struggling to navigate financial troubles in a post-coronavirus world. Howard is an elite bankruptcy lawyer who has handled the most complex reorganizations, as well as countless cases on behalf of debtors, creditors, creditors’ committees, and trustees in bankruptcy courts nationwide. With him in the fold, we are well-positioned to service companies facing financial trouble, particularly those hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.”

For his part, Camhi adds, “I’m thrilled to have joined M&R, though I’m mindful that I’ve done so in the midst of unprecedented times. Clearly, our current public health landscape has diminished the financial condition of so many businesses, which brings my skillset to center stage. That being said, M&R is the perfect home for me given its extraordinary team of tax, corporate, real estate, employment, and litigation lawyers that help me to provide outstanding representation for all types of entities facing major liabilities, slumping business, and cash-flow problems, as well as creditors looking to protect themselves in days like these.”