Professorial Lecturer in Law
Craig Goldblatt is an experienced bankruptcy litigator, with a focus on complex bankruptcy disputes and bankruptcy appeals. The core of his practice has been protecting the interests of secured creditors, financial institutions and insurance companies in bankruptcy-related disputes, though he has also represented leading technology, transportation and communications industry clients in bankruptcy matters.
In addition to appearing regularly in bankruptcy courts around the country, Mr. Goldblatt has participated in the representation of parties in ten bankruptcy cases in the Supreme Court of the United States – arguing three of those cases. He has argued several other significant bankruptcy cases in the federal courts of appeals, including one before the en banc Third Circuit. He has developed a particular expertise on consumer bankruptcy matters, representing several major mortgage servicers, holders of credit card and other unsecured debt, and bankruptcy trustees in a variety of regulatory investigations, bankruptcy disputes and appeals.
Mr. Goldblatt is a conferee of the National Bankruptcy Conference and is the chair of the ABA Business Bankruptcy Committee’s Subcommittee on Bankruptcy Litigation. He previously served as Chair of the Subcommittees on Bankruptcy Appeals and on Environmental and Mass Tort Claims. He is a regular speaker at ABA, ABI and other conferences on bankruptcy matters and has testified before a subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee on bankruptcy reform issues. Mr. Goldblatt also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and is a Fellow in the American College of Bankruptcy.