Scott M. Grossman is a seasoned bankruptcy and restructuring attorney based in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale and Miami offices. Scott represents distressed companies, debtors, trustees, secured and unsecured creditors, landlords, official committees, defendants in insolvency-related litigation, and purchasers of distressed assets.
His wide-ranging experience includes real estate, hospitality, financial fraud, and bank holding company bankruptcy cases, as well as litigating and advising clients with respect to bankruptcy tax matters, Florida’s Constitutional homestead exemption, fraudulent transfer and preference claims, and discharge and dischargeability issues. While primarily involved in Chapter 11 reorganizations, Scott has also advised and represented clients with respect to out-of-court workouts and restructurings, Chapter 7 liquidations, receiverships, and assignments for the benefit of creditors under state law.
Some of Scott’s noteworthy representations include BankUnited Financial Corporation in its Chapter 11 case; the Official Committee of Equity Security Holders in the HearUSA, Inc. Chapter 11 case; defendants and other investors in the Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities, LLC case; Goldman Sachs Mortgage Company in the Marriott Sawgrass Chapter 11 case; and an affiliate of Nakash Holdings, LLC, in the Casa Casuarina (the "Versace Mansion") Chapter 11 case.
Scott began his legal career as a Trial Attorney in the Attorney General’s Honors Program with the United States Department of Justice, Tax Division, where he litigated federal tax controversies in Bankruptcy Courts and Federal District Courts.