Gregg A. Steinman focuses his practice on corporate and transactional matters, particularly Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. He advises and represents clients on all stages of both in- and out-of-court restructurings. His experience includes the representation of both corporate and partnership debtors, trustees, creditor committees and corporate creditors.
Additionally, Gregg has mediation and litigation experience representing corporate clients in Florida state court. Gregg also offers pro bono Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy services.
Prior to joining McDermott, Gregg clerked for Chief Judge Karen K. Specie in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Florida, interned for Judge A. Jay Cristol in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida and interned for the Office of the United States Trustee, Region 21.
During law school, Gregg served as a staff editor for the University of Miami School of Law Race & Social Justice Law Review.
Represented the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings of Cred Inc., a global cryptocurrency financial services platform, and the first Chapter 11 cryptocurrency case of its kind
Represented NinePoint Medical Inc., a medical device manufacturer that designs, manufactures, and sells state-of-the-art imaging console, in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings
Represented the largest keg manufacturer, in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings of Global Asset Rental, LLC
Represented the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings of Centric Brands, Inc., a publicly traded international lifestyle brand collective
Represented the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings of Energy Alloys Holdings, LLC, a privately owned distributor and reseller of tube and bar products sold into the oil and gas industry for the exploration of hydrocarbons
Represented Dine Brands Global in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings of CFRA Holdings LLC and CFRA Tri-Cities LLC, a franchisee that operated forty-nine IHOP locations in the Southeast United States
Represented the Chapter 7 trustee in the Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings of Zetta Jet USA, Inc., the owner and operator of a fleet of private jets*
Represented Comcar Industries, Inc. and its affiliated debtors, which comprise a transportation and logistics company, in their Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings*
Represented Mayflower Communities Inc., a continuing care retirement community, in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings culminating in a section 363 sale*
Represented The Stayton at Museum Way, a continuing care retirement community, in its pre-packaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding*
Represented the DIP lender in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings of Hygea Holdings Corp., a consolidated enterprise of several companies aggregated through a series of acquisitions that focus on the delivery of primary-care-based health care to commercial, Medicare and Medicaid patients*
Represented a joint venture in the purchase of a data communications company through Chapter 11*
Represented the Assignee’s in a variety of assignments for the benefit of creditors pursuant to Chapter 727 of the Florida Statutes*
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