Mr. Garman is the managing shareholder in the Las Vegas office, and a member of the firm's Business Restructuring & Bankruptcy Department. Mr. Garman’s practice is concentrated in commercial and corporate bankruptcy and restructuring. He regularly represents debtors, trustees, official committees, secured creditors and other parties in matters involving hospitality, lending, high tech, gaming, airlines and real estate, among others.
Since becoming managing shareholder in 2008, Mr. Garman has led the firm through a period of unprecedented growth and success. Additionally, Mr. Garman has an active legal practice that is focused on assisting companies with financial restructuring and business reorganization. His strong judgment and negotiating skills as well as his “big picture” outlook have earned him recognition from his peers.
Mr. Garman currently represents a prominent regional development company in the restructuring of more than $250,000,000 in long-term debt, as well as the Spanish Trail Golf Club in its ongoing Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding. He also represents more than $150,000,000 in statutory lien holders in the ongoing Fontainebleau bankruptcy cases pending before a Florida Bankruptcy Court, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and the Nevada Supreme Court. Mr. Garman previously represented Black Gaming LLC in its successful pre-packaged bankruptcy that resulted in the reduction of its long-term debt from $225,000,000 to $67,000,000.
Based upon his experience and expertise, Mr. Garman has lectured on diverse legal issues that range from the intersection of bankruptcy code and landlord-tenant law, to best practices in electronic data discovery. Mr. Garman is also a firm representative to Lawyers Associated Worldwide, an association of independent law firms located in over 100 major commercial centers throughout the world.
(LAS VEGAS, NEV.) –Gregory E. Garman, Esq., Michael N. Feder, Esq., and Jeffrey A. Silver, Esq. were recently named “Lawyer of the Year” in the 2013 Spring Edition of The Best Lawyers in America®.
Contractors rather than banks are entitled to receive a $100 million payout from the Fontainebleau Las Vegas bankruptcy case, the Nevada Supreme Court said in an opinion today.
Attorneys said the opinion is significant for Nevada contracting companies because it gives them more protections in situations like those involving the $2.9 billion Fontainebleau, a casino resort that failed while still under construction in 2009.
Ten attorneys from Gordon Silver have been recognized by Best Lawyers for high peer reviews.
Several attorneys from the Las Vegas office of Gordon Silver were recently recognized in “Mountain States Super Lawyers” magazine’s annual survey of lawyers.
(PHOENIX, AZ) – Thomas E. Littler, Greg E. Garman, Gerald M. Gordon and Christine A. Bricker of Gordon Silver Attorneys and Counselors at Law have been selected to serve as presenters at the annual Arizona State Bar Convention On Thursday, June 21, 2012.