Heath Rosenblat

Adjunct Professor
B.A., University of Rochester College of Arts & Science (1995)
J.D., Saint Louis University School of Law (cum laude)
L.L.M., St. John's University School of Law (2002)

Heath D. Rosenblat has been involved in numerous aspects of work-out and restructuring matters in connection with his representation of debtors, trustees/receivers, and creditors (secured/unsecured).  He acted as debtor’s counsel to a destination club, failed hedge fund, and failed merchant bank.  Additionally, Rosenblat has represented various secured lenders in judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, state-court receiverships, and chapter 11 matters that included, among other issues, DIP financing and cash collateral disputes in jurisdictions across the country.  He has also represented receivers/trustees appointed in various SEC enforcement actions and indenture/institutional trustees in trust-preferred securities insolvency proceedings.  Rosenblat recently represented the contract administrator and trustee respecting a $1.4 billion issuance in the chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy of the City of Detroit, Michigan, the largest chapter 9 filing in U.S. history by debt (estimated at $18 to $20 billion). 

Rosenblat has been published in the American Bankrutpcy Institute Journal, the Secured Lender, and the New York Journal.

Rosenblat teaches a bankruptcy litigation course.