Mr. Lemisch has for over 30 years represented clients in matters relating to bankruptcy and insolvency, litigation and general business issues. He has substantial experience assisting high net worth individuals through complicated business transactions and contractual negotiations, as well as representing business entities in out of court restructurings. He also regularly represents unsecured creditors’ committees, equity security holders’ committees, debtors in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, landlords, Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 trustees, and has an active transaction practice in which he represents both buyers and sellers of businesses and businesses seeking equity or debt financing.
Mr. Lemisch is an active member of his community where he has been a girls youth lacrosse coach and has served as a director and member of the executive committee of his synagogue. He has been a frequent speaker on corporate law as well as business reorganization topics.
Co-author, Appointment of the Committee and Retention/Compensation of Professionals chapter of "Representing The Creditors' Committee, A Guide for Practitioners," American Bankruptcy Institute, 2016.
Boston University School of Law, J.D., G. Joseph Tauro Scholar (1984)
First Year Moot Court Board
Haverford College, B.A. (1979)
Delaware Bar Association
Philadelphia Bar Association
American Bankruptcy Institute
Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference
Member, Board of Directors,
Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project (CBAP)
Awards and Honors
Delaware Super Lawyers (2011)
Pennsylvania Super Lawyers (2012 thru 2017)
AV Rated, Martindale-Hubbell
The Best Lawyers in America (consecutively 2010 to 2018 editions.)