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Joel Glucksman is an experienced civil and bankruptcy litigator specializing in the representation of secured lenders and other creditors in complex suits and bankruptcies. His court appearances take him throughout the State and Federal courts in the metropolitan area, focusing in particular on the Bankruptcy Courts for the District of New Jersey and the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

Joel Glucksman is an experienced civil and bankruptcy litigator specializing in the representation of secured lenders and other creditors in complex suits and bankruptcies. His court appearances take him throughout the State and Federal courts in the metropolitan area, focusing in particular on the Bankruptcy Courts for the District of New Jersey and the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

Mr. Glucksman’s clients include both national and regional banks, other lending institutions, and major corporations. In addition, his reputation in the Bankruptcy Courts has led to his appointment as counsel for Chapter 11 trustees in substantial bankruptcy proceedings.

Mr. Glucksman is active in the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI). Mr. Glucksman has been named to the “New Jersey Super Lawyers” list continuously since 2007. The list, published by Super Lawyers Magazine in conjunction with New Jersey Monthly Magazine, is an annual listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 60 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

The Super Lawyers list is issued by Thomson Reuters. A description of the selection methodology can be found at http://www.superlawyers.com/about/selection_process.html. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Education

  • Columbia College (BA, 1973)
  • Columbia University School of Law (JD, 1976)

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey 
  • New York
  • United States District Court, District of New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court of New York (Eastern and Southern Districts)
  • United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

Affiliations

  • The American Bankruptcy Institute 
  • New Jersey State Bar Association (Bankruptcy Section)
  • American Bar Association

Understanding Student Loan Debt and Personal Bankruptcy

Date: 02-11-2013

Contract Breaches and the Art of the Demand Letter

Date: 04-03-2012

Joel Glucksman Introduces New Jersey Bankruptcy Now Blog

Date: 01-10-2012

Education

  • Columbia College (BA, 1973)
  • Columbia University School of Law (JD, 1976)

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey 
  • New York
  • United States District Court, District of New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court of New York (Eastern and Southern Districts)
  • United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

Affiliations

  • The American Bankruptcy Institute 
  • New Jersey State Bar Association (Bankruptcy Section)
  • American Bar Association
TitlePublisherDate
Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Cybergenics v. Chinery - Third Circuit Turns Aside Hen House and Affirms Practice of Derivative StandingCracking the Code, the interactive newsletter of the American Bankruptcy Institute - (www.abiworld.org)May 2003
Cybergenics v. Cinery - Or, the World According to Hen House: The Bar Awaits the Third Circuit's En Banc RulingCracking the Code, the interactive newsletter of the American Bankruptcy Institute - (www.abiworld.org)May 2003
Third Circuit Upholds Primacy of Internal Revenue Code Statute of Limitations in Bankruptcy Proceedings Cracking the Code, the interactive newsletter of the American Bankruptcy Institute - (www.abiworld.org) February 2003
Crazy Little Thing Called...Due Process: How Not to Conduct a §363 SaleCracking the Code, the interactive newsletter of the American Bankruptcy Institute - (www.abiworld.org) May 2001
Federal Tax Injunction Act Prevents Buyer in 363 Sale From Using Bankruptcy Court to Enjoin Collection of Prepetition Personalty TaxesCracking the Code, the interactive newsletter of the American Bankruptcy Institute - (www.abiworld.org) February 2001
Sovereign Immunity in Bankruptcy Court - A Seminole Matter Involving a Debtor’s Driver’s LicenseCracking the Code, the interactive newsletter of the American Bankruptcy InstituteFebruary 2000
Pre-empting the Uniform Commercial Code - How to Protect Security Interests in Copyrights and Copyrighted MaterialThe New Jersey Law JournalFebruary 2, 2000
Third Circuit Recognizes Possibility of Break-up Fees on Sale of Substantially All of Debtor’s Assets - In re O’Brien Environmental Energy, Inc.Cracking the Code, the interactive newsletter of the American Bankruptcy InstituteAugust 1999
Of Security Interests and Copyrights: A Further Word of Caution for the Secured LenderCracking the Code, the interactive newsletter of the American Bankruptcy InstituteAugust 1997
Of Security Interests and Patent Rights: A Word of Caution for the Secured LenderCracking the Code, the interactive newsletter of the American Bankruptcy Institute April 1997
Death of the Bulk Sales Law: A Call for Increased Creditor DiligenceXVII Creditor and Debtor Relations Section Newsletter of the New Jersey State Bar AssociationNovember 1995
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Fleet Factors: The Controversy Rages OnXII Creditor and Debtor Relations Section Newsletter of the New Jersey State Bar AssociationFebruary 1991
Intestate Succession in New JerseyColumbia Journal of Law and Social Programs 2531976

Education

  • Columbia College (BA, 1973)
  • Columbia University School of Law (JD, 1976)

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey 
  • New York
  • United States District Court, District of New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court of New York (Eastern and Southern Districts)
  • United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

Affiliations

  • The American Bankruptcy Institute 
  • New Jersey State Bar Association (Bankruptcy Section)
  • American Bar Association