Areas of Practice
- Bankruptcy Law
- Commercial Real Estate
- Real Estate Litigation
Mr. Aronson regularly represents creditors, committees, bankruptcy court trustees, debtors and debtors in possession, financial institutions and equity interest holders, in all facets of bankruptcy, insolvency, and creditors’ rights in both bankruptcy and state court as well as in connection with out-of-court workouts. His bankruptcy practice has included a wide range of insolvency and restructuring issues, including plan confirmation, disclosure statements, objections to plans and claims, the purchase and sale of assets in bankruptcy, relief from stay matters, prosecuting and defending fraudulent and preferential transfers, appointment of trustees, involuntary bankruptcies, the prosecution and defense of dischargeability of debt and discharge, and other bankruptcy litigation. He has handled Chapter 7, 11 and 13 cases in a variety of forums.
Mr. Aronson also has experience in all aspects of commercial real estate, including purchase and sale, workouts, leasing and development. He has represented commercial and residential real estate developers and real estate investment firms in a wide variety of commercial transactions, including acquisition and disposition, sale leasebacks, loan assumptions, joint venture, financing and commercial leasing. These transactions have involved commercial buildings, multi-family buildings, hotels, casinos, research and development, retail and mixed use projects.
Prior to joining the ARONSON LAW GROUP, Mr. Aronson was with the national law firms Fulbright & Jaworski and Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld and the local law firm of Pircher, Nichols & Meeks. Previously Mr. Aronson served as Vice President and Counsel at Coast Federal Bank. He is admitted to practice in the Northern, Eastern and Central and Southern Districts of California and is a member of the Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the Central District Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Association, and the Real Property Section of the State Bar.