Bertrand J. Choe advises lenders in connection with asset-based loans and other commercial loan transactions, and represents secured and unsecured creditors as well as reorganized debtors in all aspects of Chapter 7 and 11 cases.
Mr. Choe received his BA in English literature from Cornell University and his JD, with dean’s list honors, from St. John’s School of Law. During law school, he participated in the American College of Bankruptcy Distinguished Law Student Program and received the American Bankruptcy Institute Medal for Excellence in Bankruptcy Studies. Mr. Choe also served as the editor in chief of the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review
from 2010 to 2011.
He is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Asian American Bar Association of New York, the Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
- Co-author, “Caveat Lessor: Lessons Learned from the Dewey Collapse,” Monitor (October 2012)
- Co-author, “Quite to the Contrary. . . There Is a Supreme Right to Credit Bid,” ABF Journal (August 2012)
- Author, “Form vs. Substance: What Defines ‘Retiree Benefits’ Under Section 1114?” ABI Labor and Employment Committee Newsletter (October 2010)