Mr. Goldich’s legal practice primarily encompasses representation of debtors, creditors’ committees, trustees, and other parties in chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. He also regularly consults on conflicts and ethics issues in the firm’s chapter 11 cases and is a former chair of the LACBA Ethics Committee, on which he served for over fifteen years. In addition to playing a lead role as debtor's counsel in many successful chapter 11 reorganizations and going-concern sales, Mr. Goldich's creditors' committee practice includes the chapter 11 cases of B.U.M. International and American Adventure, where committee-sponsored plans of reorganization were confirmed. Mr. Goldich’s current and recent matters include work as counsel for a major creditor in the Westinghouse Electric chapter 11 case and as counsel for the creditors' committees in the chapter 11 cases of Payless Holdings and Haggen Holdings.
He is a graduate of Trinity College and received his J.D. from Stanford University Law School, and holds an AV Preeminent Peer Rating, Martindale-Hubbell's highest recognition for ethical standards and legal ability. He was included in the 2019 edition of Best Lawyers in America for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law. Mr. Goldich is admitted to practice in California.