Stuart P. Gelberg, Garden City, NY Bankruptcy Attorney Twice Quoted by Newsday, Long Island's Leading Newspaper

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Stuart P. Gelberg, Garden City, NY bankruptcy attorney twice quoted by Newsday, Long Island's leading newspaper.

Newsday ran an article in its Business Section reporting on the amendments to the United States Bankruptcy Laws one year after their effective date, (They're Filing In...).

Leading New York bankruptcy attorney Stuart P. Gelberg was quoted in the article for his insight into the amendments and their effect on the people needing bankruptcy relief. Less than one month later, on November 10, 2006 Newsday ran a story on a certain celebrity chef's restaurants problems with its landlord (Eviction A Recipe...). Stuart P. Gelberg was again quoted in the story, this time as the attorney for the landlord, who successfully litigated on behalf of the landlord and obtained a Court order directing the restaurant to surrender possession to the landlord.

The case involving Chef Ruggiero (In re: UBR Properties d/b/a Uncle Bacala's, chapter 11 case number 06-70904-sb, Eastern District of New York) was especially interesting due to the change in the bankruptcy laws effective October 17, 2005 and the impact of one of those changes on the debtor's right to assume its' lease with the landlord. The Court concluded that the debtor could not assume its' lease and ordered the debtor to surrender the leased property to the landlord, a complete victory for the landlord, his client.

Stuart P. Gelberg maintains a law office at 600 Old Country Road, Suite 410, Garden City, New York 11530 and can be reached at (516) 228-4280; and http://www.ny-bankruptcyattorneys.net. Free no obligation consultations are available by appointment.

Stuart P. Gelberg is a top rated attorney by Martindale Hubbell, the authoritative source for attorney ranking. He is a Board Certified Specialist in both Consumer and Business Bankruptcy, a distinction shared by only six other attorneys in New York State. He was admitted to practice in 1981 shortly after the effective date of the Bankruptcy Code and has concentrated his practice in that area since that time. He has lectured extensively. He has successfully argued numerous appeals on behalf of both debtors and creditors, businesses and consumers.

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