Frank M. Correll serves as the Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department. Mr. Correll’s practice encompasses both commercial and real estate workouts and bankruptcy proceedings as well as a wide range of commercial litigation in both federal and state courts. His clients include financial institutions, debtors, financial guaranty companies, private equity funds and special receivers. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation in various courts.
In addition, Mr. Correll has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer® consecutively since 2006 by a vote of his peers. In 2019 and 2020, Mr. Correll was named in The Best Lawyers in America©.
Villanova University School of Law, J.D. (1987)
Ursinus College, B.A. (1983)
Ursinus College Board of Trustees
Counsel and Member, Board of Directors,
Police Athletic League
Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Bar Associations
Awards and Honors
Recipient, Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association Trial Advocacy Award
Named to "The Best Lawyers in America©" list for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law (2019-2020)
Named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer (2006-2019)
"Commercial Mortgage Loan Purchase and Sale Revisited," accredited CLE presentation by Frank Correll, Jr. with Gregory G. Gosfield, Jennifer O'Leary and Jon S. Robins, February 15, 2012
"Guaranties: Enforcement and Defenses in Trying Times," accredited CLE presentation by Frank Correll, Jr. with Gregory G. Gosfield and Anthony P. Tabasso, October 17, 2012
“Grabbing the Collateral: Dispossession, Repossession and Disposition of Mortgaged Property,” with Gregory G. Gosfield and Gary S. Master, 16th Annual Philadelphia Bar Association Real Estate Institute, December 6, 2010
Hired by borrower and guarantor to replace existing counsel and to defend summary judgment motion of lender. Successfully defended motion and subsequently represented borrower and guarantor in the loan workout and related litigation which ultimately resulted in sale of the loan to a friendly third party and a release of the guarantors;