Bankruptcy and Real Estate Litigator Phillip Wang joins Rimon Law’s San Francisco Office as Partner
News Phillip Wang · November 8, 2015
Mr. Wang joins Rimon from Duane Morris LLP, where he also served as partner.
Mr. Wang’s bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice includes representing secured and unsecured creditors, commercial lessors, financial institutions, business debtors, trustees, and committees in nearly all facets of corporate bankruptcy reorganization cases. He handles complex litigation, workout, restructuring and insolvency matters for lenders, lessors, and borrowers involving securitized commercial mortgage loans, commercial leases, guarantees, and extension and forbearance agreements. Mr. Wang has extensive experience in multiple jurisdictions with foreclosures and workouts related to troubled loans, distressed assets, the appointment of receivers, and other prejudgment remedies.
In addition, Mr. Wang represents receivers on a national basis utilized in commercial real estate matters to stabilize distressed assets and manage property. The underlying real property assets are varied and include office towers, multi-family apartment complexes, retail shopping centers, and industrial buildings.
Mr. Wang’s real estate practice includes representation of commercial developers, owners, landlords, tenants, lenders and borrowers in all aspects of disputes and litigation concerning commercial properties, such as complex commercial lease defaults, breaches of guaranty, mortgage fraud, real estate secured transaction issues, lender liability, easements, title and boundary disputes, nuisance abatement and other real estate-related controversies.
Rimon Law, which has 15 offices internationally, has twice been recognized by the Financial Times as one of North America’s most innovative law firms. Rimon’s Managing Partners were both named “Legal Rebels” by the American Bar Association’s ABA Journal. The firm’s highly experienced litigators have experience handling the most complex litigations. Rimon also offers full service teams of highly experienced attorneys handling corporate, intellectual property, tax and private client work.
The firm recently added another high profile bankruptcy partner, Pamela Egan, to its San Francisco office.
“Phil has been a proven leader in representing companies and investors facing bankruptcy and restructuring issues. He has been especially active in helping those in real estate gain the maximum return following a Chapter 11 event. We are very happy to have him join our firm,” said Michael Moradzadeh, Rimon Law’s CEO.
“Rimon has garnered a reputation as a one of the most welcoming places for entrepreneurial attorneys. This firm is known for its interdisciplinary approach to high-level work, with a collection of extremely experienced attorneys who know how to collaborate across different fields. I am looking forward to working with my new partners and continuing to expand my practice,” said Mr. Wang.