Matthew G. Roseman, Chair of the firms’ Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Practice, was recently quoted in an Axios Article titled "Private colleges across America can't pay their bills." In the article, Matthew discusses why small, private liberal arts institutions are most affected by the shrinking student body.
Mathew represents debtors, secured creditors, landlords and acquirers of assets in bankruptcy proceedings throughout the United States. Over his years of practice, Matthew has advised debtors and creditors in corporate reorganizations involving both public corporations and privately held businesses.
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About Cullen and Dykman’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Practice
Cullen and Dykman’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights practice, offers clients a unique perspective into the issues involved in complex bankruptcy proceedings in a wide range of industries. We have represented secured creditors, debtors, unsecured creditors’ committees, and individual unsecured creditors in Chapter 11 cases filed throughout the country, and we are skilled in resolving issues among various constituencies in complex Chapter 11 proceedings. We also have significant experience in out-of-court workouts, restructurings and bankruptcy litigation, and we have secured favorable results for our clients in some of the largest and most complex bankruptcy cases ever filed.
About Cullen and Dykman
Cullen and Dykman (www.cullenllp.com) has been providing legal services to institutional clients since 1850. The firm represents a wide range of clients, including banks and other financial institutions, energy, telecommunications and water companies, construction companies, insurers, educational institutions, religious organizations, and not-for-profits. With over 190 attorneys in seven offices located throughout the Northeast and MidAtlantic regions, Cullen and Dykman is strategically positioned to meet the changing needs and demands of our clients.