Daniel Glosband

Founder and Principal

CBInsolvency LLC

Dan Glosband retired as an equity partner in Goodwin Procter LLP and is currently Of Counsel. He is a founder and principal of CBInsolvency LLC, which provides expert opinion, consulting, and mediation services in cross-border insolvency matters.  His entire career, beginning in 1969, has focused on sophisticated corporate insolvency matters and included the study and reform of international insolvency law.

He first worked on a significant cross-border case in 1983 and has since represented foreign representatives, debtors and counterparties in connection with cross-border insolvency matters; has provided expert testimony to courts in Bermuda, Hong Kong, England and Canada; and has served in leadership, scholarly and legislative development activities including as: an adviser to the American Law Institute’s Transnational Insolvency Project; a founding member of the International Insolvency Institute; head delegate of the International Bar Association to the Working Group on Insolvency Law that produced the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency; head delegate of International Bar Association to the Working Group that produced the UNCITRAL Legislative Guide on Insolvency Law; advisor to the United States Department of State, Office of Legal Advisor, throughout the two UNCITRAL projects and on the drafting of Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code; lead draftsman (with Professor Jay Westbrook of the University of Texas Law School) of the United States adaptation of the UNCITRAL Model Law, Chapter 15 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, Cross-Border and Other Ancillary Cases; conferee of the National Bankruptcy Conference  and Chair of the Committee on International Aspects (the Conference is a voluntary, non-profit, self-supporting organization of about sixty-five lawyers, law professors and bankruptcy judges who have achieved scholarly distinction in the field of bankruptcy law whose purpose is to study the operation of bankruptcy and related laws and proposals for their reform; the Committee on International Aspects consults with Congressional staff on issues pertaining to cross-border insolvency and proposes amendments to Chapter 15); faculty member for Chapter 15 portion of International Insolvency Course at several law schools; and author of Chapter 15 portions of Collier on Bankruptcy (16th Edition), Collier International Business Insolvency Guide, and Collier Bankruptcy Practice Guide.