Irve J. Goldman Receives CLABBY Award from the Connecticut Bar Association
Irve J. Goldman, an attorney who has practiced bankruptcy law and commercial litigation for more than 20 years, was one of three attorneys who received a CLABBY award from the Connecticut Bar Association’s Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section on Tuesday, May 1.
“The Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section is pleased to honor the many and varied contributions of Erin Boatman, Irve Goldman, and Barbara Katz at the 2018 CLABBY Awards ceremony,” said section Vice Chair Thomas J. Sansone. “These three practitioners are shining examples of what is good about our profession. I am proud to know them as colleagues and friends, and I am gratified to know that they are receiving such well-deserved recognition.”
Mr. Goldman received the Service to the Profession Award for his section leadership, development of educational programs, and delivery of pro bono services. He is a member of the section’s Bench/Bar Committee, has served as a moot court judge to assist in Quinnipiac University School of Law’s preparation for the Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition, has served in numerous section leadership roles, including the position of chair from 2006-2008; and represented more than 20 pro bono clients in Chapter 7 cases.
Mr. Goldman was the first attorney in Connecticut to become a certified specialist in business bankruptcy and has represented a diversity of interests in bankruptcy proceedings, including companies reorganizing under Chapter 11, secured creditors, equipment lessors, franchisees, landlords and other creditor groups and asset purchasers in 363 sales.