Jim Rubenstein brings a solutions oriented approach to his clients' challenges in finance, leasing, business bankruptcy and commercial litigation. He is experienced in complex transactions involving workourts and Chapter 11 cases, business financing and commercial real estate.
Jim uses his experience as a business litigator and negotiator to help settle business disputes as a mediator. He speaks at seminars frequently on bankruptcy and commercial leasing topics.
Jim also serves as genreal counsel to the Minnesota Opera and on the boards of the Legal Aid Society of Minneapolis and the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul.
|MN||Authorized to practice||1974||01/04/2020|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Minnesota Superlawyer||Minnesota Law and Politics||2011|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers||2011|
|Shareholder||Moss & Barnett||1974 - Present|
|Hon. Miles W. Lord, United States District Court, District of Minnesota||1973 - 1974|
|Minnesota CLE||Minnesota Contracts Deskbook, Chapter 2 - Types of Contracts||2009|
|George Washington University National Law Center||J.D.||1973|
|Minnesota Contracts Deskbook Seminar||Types of Contracts||2009|
|In-Depth Title Insurance Principles||Impact of Bankruptcy on Real Estate and Title Insurance||2008|
|2008 Bankruptcy Institute||Secret Liens and Trusts||2008|
|Publicly held communications company||Negotiated and documented a $1.2 billion facility|
|Hitchcock Industries||Unsecured Creditors were paid in full.|
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