Heath D. Rosenblat is Counsel in the firm’s Corporate Restructuring Practice Group and an experienced litigator in bankruptcy courts around the country.
Heath has been involved in numerous aspects of work-out and restructuring matters in connection with his representation of debtors, trustees/receivers, and creditors (secured/unsecured). He acted as debtor’s counsel to a destination club, failed hedge fund, and failed merchant bank. Additionally, Heath has represented various secured lenders in judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, state-court receiverships, and chapter 11 matters that included, among other issues, DIP financing and cash collateral disputes in jurisdictions across the country. Heath has also represented receivers/trustees appointed in various SEC enforcement actions and indenture/institutional trustees in trust-preferred securities insolvency proceedings. He is currently representing the contract administrator and trustee respecting a $1.4 billion issuance in the chapter 9 municipality bankruptcy of the City of Detroit, Michigan, the largest chapter 9 filing in U.S. history by debt (estimated at $18 to $20 billion). Heath is an adjunct professor in St. John’s University School of Law bankruptcy LL.M. program, teaching a bankruptcy litigation course. He has also been published in the American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, the Secured Lender, and the New York Law Journal.