Scott Zauber is a named partner with the law offices of Subranni Zauber LLC and shares in the day to day running of the firm with Tom Subranni. Scott is a proud graduate of Atlantic City High School, Richard Stockton College and Rutgers University School of Law-Camden. He is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, and all New Jersey state courts. In addition, he has appeared in bankruptcy courts throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
Scott is active in the Bankruptcy Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and has lectured for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, the National Business Institute (NBI) and the Burlington and Camden County Bar Associations on a regular basis since 2002. He was a contributing author to the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education’s 2005 Bankruptcy Volume, and a co-editor of the 2006-2007 version and the 2009 version, which both included substantial revisions addressing the significant changes to bankruptcy law enacted by Congress in 2005.
Scott’s professional affiliations include the New Jersey Bankruptcy Inn of Court, where he serves as an assistant director and participates as a Master. He has served as an adjunct professor for Atlantic Cape Community College since 2004, and the Richard Stockton College since 2008. Scott’s contribution to the development of a financial education program by South Jersey Legal Services in Atlantic City earned the law firm an Equal Justice Award in 2005 from New Jersey Legal Services. The judiciary’s confidence in Mr. Zauber is evidenced by his appointment as co-trustee of a deceased attorney’s practice by the Assignment Judge of Camden County. Scott was selected as a New Jersey “Super Lawyer Rising Star” by Law and Politics magazine in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Scott was selected by the New Jersey court system to be on the District III Fee Arbitration panel for a term 3 year term from 2011 to 2014. Scott has devoted considerable time to the Rutgers Camden School of Law Bankruptcy Pro-Bono program since 2004 and was selected to join the Steering Committee for the program in 2012.
Scott has spent significant time in the past 10 years representing bankruptcy trustees and state court receivers in a multitude of matters in New Jersey and Delaware. Scott has served as either Trustee’s counsel or special counsel in matters such as NWL (National Wholesale Liquidators) in Delaware, HPA in Delaware, Tri-State Armored Services in New Jersey and Atlantic City Housing Urban Renewal Associates, L.P. in New Jersey. Scott has represented a significant Casino industry entity as a creditor in the Tropicana/Adamar proceedings in both NJ (2009) and Delaware (2008) and the 2004 and 2009 Trump NJ proceedings. Scott’s representation spans from individual debtors to large corporations in cases filed under chapters 7, 11, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. He has significant experience representing trustees in chapter 7 and chapter 11 cases. Scott is the primary contact person for representation in all business, litigation and Chapter 11 matters and can be directly contacted at [email protected]