Stuart Glick focuses his practice on complex commercial, foreclosure, and bankruptcy litigation. His clients include lending consortiums, financial institutions, CMBS special servicers, private equity funds, investment firms, insurance companies, retail establishments, and shopping center developers. Stuart has significant expertise in the representation of lenders in complex asset recovery proceedings involving participated or syndicated loans and lender liability claims. Mr. Glick also has experience with debt restructurings and loan portfolio sales and purchases.
Stuart began his career as a trial attorney with the United States Department of Justice through the Attorney General’s Honors Program, where he tried cases involving complex tax, commercial, bankruptcy, and constitutional law issues, in addition to significant claims of first impression, including a $500 million excise tax claim in the Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation bankruptcy.
He is frequently invited to speak on commercial, bankruptcy, and antitrust litigation issues.
- Representation of lead lenders in foreclosure actions involving multimillion dollar syndicated loans
- Representation of a secured creditor in connection with a suit involving multimillion dollar fraud, conversion, and lender liability claims
- Representation of an insurance holding company in an insurance insolvency proceeding involving a multimillion dollar claim
- Representation of the former shareholders of the nation’s second largest uncooked pasta manufacturing company in connection with a variety of tort and contract claims by the company’s purchaser
- Representation of national banks in numerous foreclosure and UCC enforcement actions involving the appointment of rent receivers and fiscal agents , including those empowered to sell the mortgaged property pendente lite
- Representation of lender in connection with sixteen Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases administratively consolidated in the Northern District of Texas, in the complex restructuring of more than $3 billion in debt
- Representation of a lead lender of a one hundred million dollar syndicated loan in a real estate developer’s bankruptcy
- Representation of a lead lender of a multimillion dollar participated loan in the bankruptcy of one of the nation’s largest developers of retirement communities
- Representation of the primary lender in the bankruptcy of one of the nation’s largest paper supply companies
- Representation of a Chapter 11 trustee in dozens of fraudulent transfer actions arising from massive securities-based Ponzi scheme
- Representation of a national bank in connection with a suit involving an alleged fraudulent transfer involving several million dollars
- Representation of a national office supply company in a suit brought by a competitor-debtor for corporate raiding and related claims involving hundreds of employees and millions of dollars