Bryon L. Friedman
Bryon L. Friedman leads the firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice Team. His twenty-five year practice includes general commercial and contract disputes, industrial warranty and sale-of-goods matters, construction arbitration and litigation, insurance coverage, secured lending, lender-liability defense, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, corporate dissolutions, and debt enforcement.
Bryon has tried cases in various state and federal courts, always keeping maximum recovery or savings as the first priority. He has managed multi-million dollar industrial warranty challenges, both mid-project through negotiations, and afterwards through litigation or arbitration. He has represented secured lenders in contested litigations involving various types of collateral, including income-producing and multi-parcel real estate, inventory, equipment, and intangible property.
Bryon has also successfully enforced business sale contingencies through arbitration, litigation, and appeals in the federal courts. Experienced in all phases of commercial bankruptcies, Bryon has negotiated and litigated cash collateral issues, and managed adequate protection situations leading to successful sales with significant recoveries. He has successfully defended a wide variety of lender liability matters.
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New York State Bar
U.S. District Courts, Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern Districts of New York
U.S. Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit
Manhattanville College, B.A., 1983
Pace University School of Law, J.D., 1987, Law Review