Mr. Recupero represents debtors, trustees, committees and financial institutions in... more
Mr. Recupero represents debtors, trustees, committees and financial institutions in connection with distressed businesses and problem business credits. He has worked on restructurings, both inside and out of bankruptcy, in the retail, manufacturing, technology and bio-technology, and real estate sectors. Mr. Recupero has practiced in bankruptcy courts in Delaware, New York, Texas, Maine, and Ne... view profile
I am proud to say I am a litigator. I am in court most days of the week. If you are... more
I am proud to say I am a litigator. I am in court most days of the week. If you are my client, you should expect that I will be laser focused on trial and success. Despite my focus on litigation, I enjoy being the trusted advisor to small business clients on all issues related to formation and capitalization. My background as a litigator informs every aspect of my practice, so I often bring a ... view profile
THE JACOBS LAW, LLC was started specifically to serve the legal needs of small to... more
THE JACOBS LAW, LLC was started specifically to serve the legal needs of small to medium sized business entities. The owners of such business enterprises are unable (and unwilling) to pay the enormous rates billed by big corporate law firms. In addition, unlike large corporations, small and medium sized businesses cannot afford full-time, in-house counsel. THE JACOBS LAW, LLC has sought to fill... view profile
If you want to start, manage, transfer, or exit a business, you may benefit from a business attorney's services. Business attorneys have experience with many different industries and professional fields. If you are considering bankruptcy relief for your business, a business lawyer will also have the knowledge necessary to help you navigate your options for your business debt. Depending on your business and activities, you may need one or more type of business attorney.