“We are honored and proud to welcome Michael to the firm. Michael has been a leader in a wide range of reorganization and restructuring matters, helping his clients both locally and internationally." - Christopher H. Palmer, Managing Partner of Cullen and Dykman
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) November 14, 2017
Cullen and Dykman LLP is pleased to announce that Michael H. Traison has joined the firm as a Partner in its Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Department. Michael brings expertise relating to commercial litigation, as well as representation of debtors and of creditors’ committees in formal proceedings and in out-of-court workouts. In addition, Michael also represents clients with interests throughout the world with a special focus on Israel, Poland, the Czech Republic and elsewhere in Eastern Europe. Michael is admitted to the bars of New York, Michigan and Illinois. He will be based in the firm’s Wall Street office while also representing the firm and its clients in matters centered in the Midwest, including Chicago and Detroit.
Christopher H. Palmer, Managing Partner of Cullen and Dykman, stated that “We are honored and proud to welcome Michael to the firm. Michael has been a leader in a wide range of reorganization and restructuring matters, helping his clients both locally and internationally. We are confident Michael will bolster our already renowned and growing Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Department.”
“With Michael's experience we expand the national reach of the firm’s Bankruptcy Practice”, noted Matthew G. Roseman, head of the firm’s Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Department.
Michael earned his J.D. from Michigan State University, his M.ED. from Wayne State University and his Ph.B. from Monteith College. Prior to entering the practice of law, Michael was a public school teacher for 15 years in Detroit, Michigan and in Essex County, Ontario.
About Cullen and Dykman LLP
Cullen and Dykman LLP (http://www.cullenanddykman.com) has been providing legal services to individual and institutional clients since 1850 and represents a wide range of clients including banks and other financial institutions; energy, telecommunications and water companies; large and small businesses; educational institutions; religious organizations; insurance companies; municipalities and not-for-profits; as well as individuals. The firm’s practice areas include banking finance and lending; corporate; energy and utilities; telecommunications; public utility regulation; environmental and land use; tax certiorari and eminent domain; real estate; regulatory and compliance; loan restructuring and foreclosure; bankruptcy and creditors’ rights; tort and commercial litigation; labor and employment law; municipal law; construction law; and trusts and estates.
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