Maddin, Hauser, Roth, and Heller P.C. in Southfield Adds Five Attorneys
Earle I. Erman is one of five attorneys to join Southfield's Maddin, Hauser, Roth, and Heller P.C.
Southfield’s Maddin, Hauser, Roth, and Heller P.C. has announced the hire of attorneys Earle I. Erman, Julie Beth Teicher, Craig E. Zucker, David H. Freedman, and David Eisenberg.
“This group of highly experienced professionals will expand our firm’s capabilities in providing responsive, cost-effective client solutions across multiple practice areas,” says Steven Sallen, the firm’s president and CEO. “We’re pleased to have attorneys of this caliber, with their expertise and reputation for providing sound client results, join our firm.”
Erman’s practice focuses on insolvency-related matters inside and outside of bankruptcy. He served as a member and bankruptcy trustee of the Panel of United States Trustees for the Eastern District of Michigan and handled creditor-related matters, contract disputes, mediations, receiverships, representation of debtors, creditors' committees, and secured and unsecured creditors.
Teicher concentrates her practice on business-related insolvency and bankruptcy matters and has handled cases in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, U.S. District Court and state court proceedings.
She has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
Zucker’s practice focuses on bankruptcy and insolvency-related matters. His experience includes debtors and creditors in federal, bankruptcy, and state court proceedings, and through out-of-court workouts, mediations, and facilitations. He has worked with multi-employer fringe benefit funds, pension funds, health and welfare funds, unions, and retirees in various federal and bankruptcy court proceedings.
Erman, Teicher, and Zucker are shareholders in the firm’s creditor rights, bankruptcy, and insolvency practice group.
Eisenberg is an associate in the firm’s creditor rights, bankruptcy, and insolvency practice group. He concentrates his practice on business-related insolvency, commercial litigation, and collection matters in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, U.S. District Court and in state court proceedings, as well as out-of-court loan modifications and workouts.
Freedman is a shareholder in the firm’s corporate and business, real estate and creditor rights, bankruptcy, and insolvency practice groups. He has handled all phases of commercial transactions and counsels on a variety of corporate, business and real estate matters, with an emphasis on transactional and contract work. He is involved in a variety of debtor and creditor matters and regularly represents court-appointed receivers in state and federal court matters.
Maddin, Hauser, Roth, and Heller P.C. has offered legal expertise for more than 90 years.