Charles M. Tatelbaum, a Partner in Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP’s Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, office, was interviewed on New York City’s WFAN radio station on June 28, 2011. He spoke at length about the recent bankruptcy filing by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Mr. Tatelbaum also discussed the status of the story involving Fred Wilpon, owner of the New York Mets, and Mr. Wilpon’s alleged connection to the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme; Mr. Tatelbaum was interviewed on WFAN earlier this year to discuss the same subject.
Mr. Tatelbaum focuses his practice on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, complex business litigation, Uniform Commercial Code transactions and litigation and other types of secured transactions, and domestic and international letters of credit. He is a certified specialist in business bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification, accredited by the Florida Bar. Mr. Tatelbaum represents secured and unsecured creditors, as well as creditors’ committees, throughout the United States in complex business litigation, bankruptcy proceedings and products liability defense based on warranty. He also represents secured and unsecured creditors in distressed business transactions and litigation.
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