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Craig E. Zucker

Craig E.
Zucker

Shareholder

"Many law firms charge exorbitant fees. That's not us. We deliver exceptional service at a reasonable price."

Practices

Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Debtor-Creditor Rights

CRAIG E. ZUCKER, shareholder, serves in our Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Debtor-Creditor Rights group. He concentrates his practice in bankruptcy and complex insolvency-related matters, serving clients throughout the United States including in New York, Ohio, and Florida. He has a broad range of experience representing debtors and creditors in federal, bankruptcy, and state court proceedings and through out-of-court workouts, mediations, and facilitations.

Craig has successfully represented the interests of multi-employer fringe benefit funds, pension funds, health and welfare funds, unions, and retirees in various federal and bankruptcy court proceedings, including Chapters 7, 9, and 11 bankruptcies. He also has gained extensive experience with construction law and construction-related lien and bond rights in federal and state court matters.

Craig is AV rated in Martindale Hubbell and has been named in the Best Lawyers in America since 2010. Listed as a Top Lawyer by DBusiness Magazine in litigation-bankruptcy, he also has been recognized as a Michigan Leading Lawyer in the areas of Bankruptcy & Workout Law: Commercial and Creditor’s Rights/Commercial Collections Law.

As a presenter at various national and local seminars, Craig shares his extensive knowledge on insolvency, bankruptcy, and debtor/creditor rights.

Education

Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, Bachelor of Arts, 1983

Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan, Juris Doctor, 1986

 

Professional Memberships

State Bar of Michigan
– Member, Debtor/Creditor Rights Committee

American Bankruptcy Institute

Michigan Association for Justice

 

Bar Admissions

State Bar of Michigan, admitted 1987

U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan

U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

 

Recognition