Jeffrey M. Carbino is a Principal attorney in Offit Kurman's Creditors' Rights, Reorganization and Bankruptcy practice. With almost 30 years of experience, his practice focuses on bankruptcy and corporate reorganization. He has represented debtors, chapter 7 trustees, buyers and sellers of assets throughout the United States, creditors' committees and secured and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy proceedings and restructurings outside bankruptcy.
Jeff often represents equipment lessors, licensors, utility service providers and other creditors in chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. He frequently represents landlords in chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings throughout the United States. Jeff has significant experience prosecuting and defending parties in bankruptcy litigation involving fraudulent transfers, preferential transfers, breach of fiduciary duty, director and officer, as well as other commercial litigation.
Jeff has significant experience representing financial institutions on treasury/cash management services provided to various industries and national retailers in and outside of a chapter 11 context. He has represented financial institutions in negotiating secured loans, unsecured loans and in working out troubled domestic and foreign loans. He has represented agents and other banks in complex multi-lender and syndicated loans, as well as the purchase and sale of commercial loan assets.
Jeff has represented commercial lenders in the negotiation of inter-creditor and subordination agreements. He has experience drafting substantive consolidation, enforceability and other legal opinions. He has obtained the appointment of receivers in various federal and state courts. Jeff represents litigation clients in the federal and state courts in Pennsylvania and Delaware, including the Court of Common Pleas, Commerce Court, Family Court and the Superior Court.