Alan R. Rosenberg
Alan Rosenberg represents bankruptcy trustees, creditors, debtors and other parties-in-interest, in all aspects of insolvency proceedings and bankruptcy-related litigation, including, but not limited to, the sale of bankruptcy estate assets and the pursuit and defense of avoidance actions and other litigation claims. In addition to his bankruptcy practice, Alan also represents individual and corporate clients in a wide variety of commercial litigation claims and real estate transactions.
In his free time, Alan enjoys learning about cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, and has been published several times on the subject.
- Represented Chapter 7 Trustee of securities broker-dealer in the pursuit of various litigation claims and adversary proceedings, resulting in the generation of millions of dollars for the benefit of the Estate.
- Represented Chapter 11 Trustee of a non-profit organization in successful confirmation of Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.
- Represented Chapter 7 Trustee of a real estate professional in pursuit and settlement of various litigation claims against several international defendants generating hundreds of thousands of dollars.
- Represented Chapter 7 Trustee of a technology company in pursuit of multiple litigation claims and adversary proceedings, generating hundreds of thousands of dollars for the benefit of the Estate.
Awards and Recognitions
- Florida Super Lawyer, Rising Star, 2017-2018
- Florida Legal Elite, Up and Comer, 2018
- Author, “Spanish Peaks and the Lessee Who Speaks: The Effect of Free and Clear Sales on Unexpired Leases,” National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, October 2018.
- Senior Editor, Individual Chapter 11, American Bankruptcy Institute (A. Rosenberg and P. Redmond, Ed., 2018)
- Author, “The Cryptocurrency Conundrum – A Primer for Secured Lenders Entering the Cryptocurrency Space.” ABF Journal, September/October 2018
- Author, “Are Debts Stemming from ICOs Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?” American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, August 2018
- Author, “Can Cryptocurrency Be Claimed as Tenancy by the Entireties Property?” Daily Business Review, April 25, 2018
- Author “The Cryptocurrency Craze – How to Treat Bitcoins in Fraudulent-Transfer Litigation.” American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, February 2018
- Author, “Everything You Say Might Be Used Against You: The Uncertainty of the Federal Mediation Privilege,” American Bankruptcy Institute, 2017
- Co-Author, “Gain the Hometown Advantage Even When You are an Outsider: Understand Local Differences in Commercial and Consumer Matters,” National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, October 2017.
- Commentator, “8 Florida Cases to Watch in 2019,” Daily Business Review, January 9, 2019
- Speaker, “Blockchain, Bitcoin and Beyond: Getting Current on Digital Currency, ”American Bankruptcy Institute, 2019 Caribbean Insolvency Symposium, January 2019
- Speaker, “Federal Mediation Privilege,” American Bankruptcy Institute, Litigation Committee, October 2017
- Speaker, “Approaches to Fraudulent-Transfer Litigation Involving Bitcoins,” American Bankruptcy Institute Podcast with ABI Executive Director Sam Gerdano, February 2018
Professional and Community Activities
- American Bankruptcy Institute, Member
- Bankruptcy Litigation Committee, 2017 to Present
- Bankruptcy Bar Association of the Southern District of Florida
- Director, 2018 to Present
- Business Law Section of the Florida Bar, Member
- Digital Currency Taskforce, 2018 to Present
- Chapman Partnership, Member
- NextGen Executive Council, 2018 to Present
- Chair, NextGen Networking Committee, 2018 to Present
- Co-Chair, NextGen Gala Afterparty Committee, 2018
- Dade County Bar Association, Member
- Bankruptcy Committee, 2015 to Present