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Michael Venditto, Esq.

Reed Smith LLP



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Michael Venditto is a member of the Reed Smith’s Commercial Restructuring and Bankruptcy practice, representing foreign and domestic clients in business restructurings, workouts, insolvencies and bankruptcy proceedings. He also has substantial experience in complex commercial litigation, including bankruptcy-related litigation involving issues such as fraudulent transfers, preferences and equitable subordination.

Most commonly, Michael represents creditors, including indenture trustees, in protecting their rights in both bankruptcy cases and out-of-court restructurings. Working with foreign and domestic clients, he has experience in a variety of industries, including financial services, energy, shipping, telecommunications, real estate, hospitality, retailing, manufacturing, food processing and entertainment.

Michael also works with funds and investors in acquiring assets from bankruptcy estates, reorganizing portfolio holdings and funding bankruptcy cases. This includes the reorganization, restructuring and liquidation of funds through bankruptcy, equity receiverships and extra-judicial insolvencies.

Michael’s practice includes complex bankruptcy litigation. Many of these cases involve non-bankruptcy issues in the areas of commercial, corporate and securities law but more frequently they involve a combination of bankruptcy-related issues such as preferences, fraudulent transfers, turnover, reclamation and setoffs.

Michael taught bankruptcy law as an Adjunct Associate Professor of Law at the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law for ten years and his observations on bankruptcy issues have appeared in the media, including THE NEW YORK TIMES and THE WASHINGTON POST.

 

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04/20/2021

2021 to Bring New, Unprecedented Challenges to Protecting and Defending Trade Secrets
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04/21/2021

The Pernicious Myth of Conversion Therapy: A Historical and Legal Perspective on Debunked Practices
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04/21/2021

It’s Not Personal, It’s Business: How Your Well-Being Could Impact Your Practice
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04/22/2021

Navigating Venue and Multi-District Litigation in Hatch-Waxman Cases
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04/23/2021

Recovery for Emotional Damages in New York
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04/23/2021

There is No One Alive Who is “Youer” Than You! The Mental Health Challenges Affecting Our Women Lawyers
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04/26/2021

Construction Contract Termination: Risks and Risk Mitigation Associated with this Powerful Contractual and Common Law Tool
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04/27/2021

PPP Loan Liability and Chapter 11
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04/27/2021

When the Truth Matters Most: Best Practices for Conducting an Internal Investigation
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04/28/2021

What Every Company Needs to Know About Florida’s Data Privacy Landscape
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