Moses & Singer provides legal services to prominent companies, individuals and families. Among our broad array of clients are leaders in banking and finance, entertainment, media, real estate, healthcare, advertising, technology and the hotel and hospitality industry. We represent entrepreneurial clients as well as established businesses in financing and corporate transactions. The firm has unique strength in the areas of intellectual property and commercial litigation, and in connection with corporate reorganizations and bankruptcies.
Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP (PSZJ) is the nation’s leading corporate restructuring boutique, with offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Wilmington (DE), New York and Costa Mesa. PSZJ attorneys are experienced in representing all major constituencies in bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court workouts, including debtors, committees, trustees, bondholders, asset-purchasers and third-party plan proponents. PSZJ also handles sophisticated business litigation and transactional matters as part of its renowned U.S. News & World Report “Tier One” Restructuring Practice.
Duff & Phelps is the global advisor that protects, restores and maximizes value for clients in the areas of valuation, corporate finance, investigations, disputes, cyber security, compliance and regulatory matters, and other governance-related issues. We work with clients across diverse sectors, mitigating risk to assets, operations and people. With Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps since 2018, our firm has nearly 3,500 professionals in 28 countries around the world. For more information, visit www.duffandphelps.com.
Mark N. Parry is Chair of Moses & Singer's Dispute Resolution Practice Group and a partner in the Business Reorganization, Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights practice group.
Mark has over thirty years of experience in bankruptcy, insolvency and creditors' rights matters. He has represented numerous clients before various United States District Courts and Bankruptcy Courts in connection with proceedings under both Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. His experience includes the representation of secured and unsecured creditors, holders of public debt, indenture trustees and official committees of unsecured creditors. Mark also has substantial experience in Chapter 15 proceedings and cross-border insolvency proceedings.
Mark has participated in a wide variety of litigation in federal and state courts involving fraudulent conveyance actions, breaches of fiduciary duty, secured and unsecured financings, letters of credit, foreclosures and the enforcement of guaranties. He has successfully represented both plaintiffs and defendants in litigation arising from failed leveraged buyouts. Mark has substantial experience in inter-creditor disputes and the laws governing in fiduciary duties of directors of insolvent corporations. He also has significant experience with regard to the duties of corporate directors under Delaware law. Mark has actively represented defendants in litigation arising from the Madoff ponzi scheme, including direct investors in BLMIS and indirect investors in feeder funds, such as Fairfield Sentry Limited.
Mark has been appointed to the Mediation Panel of the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Southern District of New York and the District of Delaware. While serving as the mediator, Mark has successfully resolved numerous disputes.
He is recognized as an AV® Preeminent™ Rated lawyer and one of New York's Top Rated Lawyers by Martindale-Hubbell.
John Morris, Partner at Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones, has considerable experience litigating complex business, commercial, and bankruptcy-related matters, including contested sale motions, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty cases, valuation disputes, fraudulent transfer and preference cases, and claim objections. As lead trial counsel, Mr. Morris has tried numerous cases in bankruptcy, federal, and state courts, and has arbitrated and mediated numerous matters. In addition, Mr. Morris has been actively involved in several matters originating from the Cayman Islands, including the representation of liquidators of certain investment funds in substantial commercial litigation in the United States, as well as several cases arising under chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code.
James “Jim” Feltman, CPA, CFE, CFF, is a managing director in the Disputes and Investigations practice. He has over 30 years of experience providing a broad range of litigation, forensic and investigative services. Recently, Jim was named a Top 25 Consultant in the “Excellence in Client Service” category for 2015 by Consulting Magazine.
Jim provides both consulting and expert testimony specializing in the areas of money laundering, Ponzi schemes, asset tracing and recovery, accounting and financial statement reporting issues, causes of action against officers, directors and third parties, securities fraud, misrepresentation, hedging and trading in complex securities schemes and bankruptcy and insolvency issues. He has substantial experience leading cross-border forensic and investigative engagements on behalf of U.S. and foreign government agencies and is an established expert in determining the underlying fact pattern, establishing liability and determining damages in myriad engagements.
Jim has served as an appointee with a branch of the United States Department of Justice for over a decade. He has been appointed as an advisor by both Federal (U.S. District and U.S. Bankruptcy) and State Courts, served as an arbitrator and mediator and has been appointed as a Monitor by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Mr. Feltman has worked extensively in Latin America, on behalf of sovereign authorities in Venezuela, Chile and Peru as well as for private parties in both investigations and disputes.
Jim is an author and frequent speaker on a variety of litigation topics relating to bankruptcy, restructuring, securities and regulatory. He has been interviewed and quoted by various media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, NPR, CNN, CNBC, and Bankruptcy Law360. Jim co-authored a chapter entitled "How to Write an Effective Report" in the 2015 Fraud and Forensic book published by the American Bankruptcy Institute "ABI".
Jim has over two decades of experience with Big 4 Accounting firms, and was previously a partner at Mesirow Financial, Arthur Andersen LLP and KPMG LLP. He is a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy, a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Florida and a former member of the Board of Directors of the American Bankruptcy Institute. Jim holds a M.P.S. from Cornell University and a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.