Norm Rosenbaum focuses his practice on U.S. and cross-border restructurings. He regularly counsels debtors, financial institutions, and other significant stakeholders in U.S. bankruptcy proceedings, workout transactions and the purchase and sale of distressed assets. He frequently represents clients in the structuring of technology licensing and development transactions, joint venture agreements, and project financing and has developed specialized expertise in the treatment of intellectual property under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Mr. Rosenbaum represents clients in a diverse array of industries, including financial services, real estate, advanced chemicals and materials, energy and natural resources, automotive, information technology, and telecommunications in a variety of complex U.S. Bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court restructurings. He has represented distressed investors, secured creditors, and other major creditors in a number of Chapter 11 cases, including Apex Silver Mines, Calpine Corporation, Key3Media, Winn Dixie, Enron, and Borden Chemicals.
As an undergraduate at Binghamton University, Mr. Rosenbaum was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.