Mr. Kahn specializes in civil and commercial litigation in the bankruptcy, federal, and state courts. He has had substantial experience representing debtors, bankruptcy trustees, creditors, and creditors' committees in all aspects of civil litigation, including the prosecution and defense of claims relating to fraud, preferential transfer, fraudulent conveyance, and other complex claims across a broad range of industries. Mr. Kahn is a graduate of the UCLA, where he also received his J.D. He holds an AV Preeminent Peer Rating, Martindale-Hubbell's highest recognition for ethical standards and legal ability. Mr. Kahn is admitted to practice in California and a resident in our Los Angeles office.
· Judge pro tem, Los Angeles Municipal Court, 1984-1987.
· Member, Los Angeles County Bar Association Prejudgment Remedies Executive Committee (1984-85).
· Coauthor, "Contractual Revisions to Medical Malpractice Liability," 49 Law & Contemporary Problems 253 (1986).