Daniel H. Reiss has specialized in the area of bankruptcy and insolvency for over thirty years. Mr. Reiss is known for combining his skills as a seasoned bankruptcy lawyer with his business background, having worked at KPMG as a certified public accountant before pursuing a legal career. His practice has included representation of clients in industries including real estate, logistics, public utilities, healthcare, aviation, hospitality and general manufacturing. Mr. Reiss regularly represents debtors, creditor committees, secured creditors, bankruptcy trustees and buyers of distressed assets and companies.
Having been honored multiple times as a “Super Lawyer” in a region-wide survey, Mr. Reiss is well-recognized as a leading practitioner. Mr. Reiss is a member of a number of professional organizations, including his membership on the Executive Committee the Beverly Hills Bar Association – Bankruptcy Section, the Turnaround Managers Association and the Financial Lawyers Conference. Mr. Reiss is also a frequent speaker before trade and legal groups and is a published author on bankruptcy issues in national publications. Articles include: “Reiss Lead Counsel for Confirmed Plan for 31 Tenants in Common,” “What’s a Class Action Plaintiff To Do?,” “Bidders at bankruptcy auctions, beware,” “Marshall case raises issue of consent to jurisdiction,” “When cases in two bankruptcy courts clash” (additional publications listed in his Full Resume).