Mr. Hirsch began his career as Law Clerk to the Honorable Frank H. Freedman, U.S. District Judge, District of Massachusetts. Following a stint with a leading New York City based law firm, he gained broad business litigation and bankruptcy law experience at several respected metropolitan area law firms before being recruited to join Sills Cummis & Gross in 2009 as a business, bankruptcy and real estate litigator. In addition to his litigation and bankruptcy work, Mr. Hirsch counsels clients on a variety of business issues.
In The News Items
When City Hall Becomes the Poorhouse
Financial Chaos and Budget Uncertainty - Is Municipal Bankruptcy in New Jersey’s Future
Government Financial Officers Association of New Jersey 7/22/2011
Mysteries of the Uniform Commercial Code: Leases of Goods that Become Installed In, Affixed To, or Mixed with Other Goods
The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel 10/1/2014
More Municipalities Are Considering Bankruptcy
New Jersey Municipalities Magazine 12/3/2012
Mysteries of Uniform Commercial Code Article 9: Security Interests in Commingled Goods
The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel 3/1/2012
Bankruptcy Remote Entities: What about the Rents?
New Jersey Law Journal - Bankruptcy Law Supplement 1/18/2010
Rankings and Recognition
The Best Lawyers in America 2010-2019, Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law
New Jersey Super Lawyers 2006-2019, Bankruptcy: Business; Business Litigation
Member, Bankruptcy Law Section, New Jersey State Bar Association
Former Chair (1997-1998), Debtor/Creditor Committee, Essex County Bar Association
Member, American Bankruptcy Institute
Founder and First President, Tufts Lawyers Association
Member , Tufts University Alumni Counsel
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