Greenberg Glusker Welcomes Partner Jonathan Shenson in the Firm’s Bankruptcy and Corporate PracticesApril 7, 2022 – Press Release
LOS ANGELES – April 7, 2022 – Greenberg Glusker is pleased to welcome Jonathan Shenson as a partner in the firm's Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Capital Recovery and Corporate, Finance & Securities Groups. Prior to joining Greenberg Glusker, Shenson was for nearly a decade the Managing Principal of his own law firm.
“I have known Jonathan for many years as a prominent member of the bankruptcy community and I am proud that I can now call him a partner and work alongside him on our client matters,” says Brian L. Davidoff, partner and chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Capital Recovery Group. “We look forward to having him in our practice group and share his talent with our Corporate Finance & Securities Group.”
Jonathan’s bankruptcy practice includes representation of debtors, secured creditors (including debtor in possession), lenders, committees, acquirers and other parties in chapter 11 cases, out-of-court restructures and work-outs, acquisitions, foreclosures, and assignments for the benefit of creditors. His practice also includes commercial and bankruptcy-related litigation including extensive experience in fraudulent transfer and preference actions and litigation in the areas of breach of contract, breach of duty, alter ego, successor liability, and lender liability.
Jonathan’s corporate practice is focused on the representation of agents and lenders, borrowers and others in a broad array of credit transactions, including syndicated, single-bank, secured, unsecured, senior and subordinated credits and credit enhancement facilities. He has experience in mergers and acquisitions (both buy-side and sell-side) with particular expertise with purchasing assets through assignments for benefits of creditors and Section 363 sales.
“Brian Davidoff and his group are highly respected in the bankruptcy and restructuring community and do great work for their clients. I moved to Greenberg Glusker because it allowed me to provide clients with better service and enhanced efficiencies,” says Shenson. “This enables me to represent clients on larger and more complex matters. Also, because bankruptcy and distress work often require expertise in other areas of the law or industry-specific knowledge, my clients will benefit greatly from the firm’s full-service practice areas and industry practice groups.”