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Cole, Schotz, Meisel, Forman & Leonard, P.A.

25 Main Street
Po Box 800
Hackensack, NJ, 07602

Cole Schotz Meisel Forman & Leonard, Pa

25 Main St
Po Box 800
Hackensack, NJ, 07601-7015

Cole Schotz Meisel Forman & Leonard

25 Main St
Hackensack, NJ, 07601-7015



NYCurrently registered 198703/13/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2008
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2007
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2006
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2005
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2004
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2003
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2002
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2001
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2000
Named one of the Top 100 New Jersey LawyersTop 100 New Jersey LawyersN/A
Named one of the Top 10 New Jersey LawyersTop 10 New Jersey LawyersN/A
AV RatedMartindale-HubbellN/A
Association namePosition nameDuration
Bergen County Bar Association, Professionalism CommitteeCo-chair2005 - 2005
American College of BankruptcyFellowN/A
New Jersey State Bar Association, Bankruptcy Law SectionFormer Legislative CoordinatorN/A
American Bankruptcy InstituteMemberN/A
Bankruptcy Inn of CourtMasterN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
New Jersey Law JournalRetail Debtors Aggressively Attempt to Realize the Value of Shopping Center Leases2001
New Jersey Law JournalBuyer and Seller Beware!2000
West Publishing's New Jersey Practice SeriesDebtor-Creditor Law PracticeN/A
New Jersey Institute of Continuing EducationNew Jersey Bankruptcy ManualN/A
New Jersey Law JournalPractice Pitfalls in Chapter 11 ProceedingsN/A
New Jersey Law JournalCompeting Proceedings: A Debtor's DilemmaN/A
New Jersey Law JournalIt Pays To Be DiligentN/A
New Jersey Law JournalSection 503 (b): Potent Tool for Selfless CreditorsN/A
New Jersey Law JournalBankruptcy and the Automatic Stay: The 'Stealth' Supersedeas BondN/A
Essex County ChronicleCan a Plan of Reorganization Bind a Creditor Holding a Non-Dischargeable Debt?N/A
New Jersey Law JournalADR Can Help a Chapter 11 DebtorN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Syracuse University College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1986

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