Gregory J. Mascitti helps clients create and execute financial and operational plans to achieve strategic goals, including the restructuring of ongoing businesses, maximizing the value of collateral in secured credit facilities, and navigating issues arising from doing business with financially distressed customers or suppliers. He has significant experience guiding clients through out-of-court workouts, bankruptcy proceedings, and other distressed business transactions throughout the country.
Greg has advised clients in a wide range of industries, including banking and finance, media, aviation, technology, commodities and healthcare, as well as a professional sports team and sports arena in a professional hockey league.
Greg has conducted various evidentiary hearings and has argued before bankruptcy courts throughout the United States. He regularly represents parties in business contract disputes and other commercial litigation in state and federal court. He has also represented trustees and committees of general unsecured creditors and equity security holders in chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Greg brings invaluable business experience to his restructuring practice based upon his prior role as the director of legal affairs for ADEMCO Distribution, Inc., where he negotiated supply contracts and commercial property leases and advised in-house clients on key business and legal issues. He continues to advise business executives and in-house counsel on matters involving business strategy, the negotiation and drafting of key contracts, and doing business with financially distressed customers and suppliers.
Greg was one of only 354 attorneys nationwide named as a BTI Client Service All-Star for his superior client services, which is determined solely by corporate counsel. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America in the fields of Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law and has been named an Upstate New York Super Lawyer for Bankruptcy. No aspect of these advertisements have been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. See Awards Methodology.