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Moritt Hock & Hamroff Expands Bankruptcy Practice With Addition Of Two New Attorneys

November 03, 2020, 08:14 AM

Moritt Hock & Hamroff (MH&H) announced that two new attorneys joined the firm’s Creditors’ Rights, Restructuring & Bankruptcy practice group: Allison Arotsky and Michael C. Troiano. Each focusing in restructuring matters, Arotsky and Troiano will be adding to MH&H’s more than 40-year-long leadership role in the creditors’ rights sector.

Marc L. Hamroff, managing partner of MH&H, said, “We are delighted to build on our longstanding reputation and excellence in servicing the creditors’ rights, restructuring, and bankruptcy industry by adding two outstanding attorneys to our practice. Both Allison and Michael are expected to make an immediate positive impact on our services to our clients in these areas through their proven expertise, skills, and knowledge of bankruptcy law.”

Theresa A. Driscoll, partner and chair of MH&H’s Bankruptcy practice group, said, “I’m thrilled to welcome Allison and Michael to the team. They add depth and breadth to our practice and will enable us to meet increasing client demand for restructuring and bankruptcy-related services during this time of economic uncertainty and beyond.”

Joining MH&H as associates, both Arotsky and Troiano are cum laude graduates of Brooklyn Law School. Arotsky previously clerked for the Honorable Nancy Hershey Lord, United States Bankruptcy Judge in the Eastern District of New York, followed by four years as an associate in the bankruptcy and restructuring department of a national law firm. Troiano clerked for Chief Judge Carla E. Craig, Lord, and the Honorable Elizabeth S. Stong, all United States Bankruptcy Judges in the Eastern District of New York, immediately prior to joining the firm.

Arotsky concentrates her practice in the areas of bankruptcy and commercial litigation, including the representation of debtors, creditors, and other parties-in-interest in Chapter 11 cases and insolvency-related litigation. She earned her A.B. from Cornell University.

Troiano focuses his practice in all areas of complex bankruptcy and commercial litigation matters. Prior to joining MH&H, Troiano served as an assistant district attorney for the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, in the office’s Domestic Violence, Grand Jury, and Trial Bureaus. He earned his B.A. magna cum laude from Fordham University.

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