PHILADELPHIA – June 26, 2012– Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC is pleased to announce that Jeffrey M. Carbino has joined the Firm. He will be working out of the Firm’s Philadelphia and Delaware offices.
Mr. Carbino concentrates his practice in the areas of bankruptcy, insolvency and creditors’ rights. He has represented debtors and creditors’ committees, institutional secured and unsecured creditors, licensors, real and personal property lessors, stalking-horse bidders in asset sales in bankruptcy court, utility service providers and other creditors in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings and related litigation.
“Jeff is recognized as a seasoned bankruptcy attorney and brings a wide range of experience to the Firm,” says Jason A. Copley, Managing Partner of Cohen Seglias. “As we continue to grow all of our practice groups, we are excited to have Jeff strengthen the department and the level of expertise we can provide our clients.”
Mr. Carbino earned his law degree from Widener University School of Law and received his Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York. He is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Tennessee. Mr. Carbino has been selected as a Leading Business Lawyer by Chambers USA and is actively involved in many professional bankruptcy organizations among which he is a Board Member of the Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project and a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Business Bankruptcy Committee of the American Bar Association, the Delaware American Bankruptcy Inn of Court and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference.
In addition to Mr. Carbino, Philice K. Cohen has also joined the Firm as an Associate in the Construction Group. Ms. Cohen focuses her practice on the representation of contractors, sub-contractors and sureties in the construction of public works projects. She earned her law degree from Rutgers School of Law, Camden, and received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Ms. Cohen is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.