Ben Rosenblum focuses his practice on representing debtors, creditors, and other parties in interest in out-of-court restructurings and court supervised proceedings, including chapter 11 cases, municipal bankruptcy proceedings, international insolvency cases, and stockbroker liquidations. He works with clients on matters in many industries, including manufacturing, shipping, mining, aviation, energy, real estate, and telecommunications.
Ben's debtor representations include Peabody Energy, City of Detroit, Chrysler LLC, Spansion Japan, and Dana Corporation. He has represented significant creditors of General Maritime Corporation, Calpine Corporation, American Home Mortgage, and Murray Energy and currently represents creditors in connection with the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico's restructuring. Ben also has extensive experience representing major financial institutions with respect to the application of bankruptcy law to derivatives.
Ben maintains an active pro bono practice and has sat as a Steering Committee member for the New York City Bankruptcy Assistance Project. In years past he has also taught as an adjunct professor at the Rutgers Business School. Prior to joining Jones Day, Ben served as a judicial law clerk to Judge Peter J. Walsh in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
The U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Rejection of a Trademark License Agreement in Bankruptcy Does Not Strip the Licensee of Its Right to Use the Trademark
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- April 25, 2016
PLI’s Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2016: Current Developments
- Cornell University (J.D. 2005); University of Massachusetts (B.A. 2002; Phi Beta Kappa)
- New York, Delaware, and Massachusetts
New York Metro Super Lawyers "Rising Star" (2015)
- Law Clerk to Judge Peter J. Walsh, United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Delaware (2005-2006)