New York, NY (PressExposure) June 18, 2009 -- From: Jeffrey Sussman, Inc. Marketing Public Relations 249 East 48 Street FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY 10017
For: Meister Seelig & Fein
Contact: Jeffrey Sussman 212-421-4475 email@example.com [http://www.powerpublicity.com]
Stuart I. Rich, one of New Yorkâs most prominent attorneys and bankruptcy experts, will address the New York Jewelers Group on June 18th. He will explain to attendees various essential elements of how to protect oneâs memo goods from the reach of third parties and lenders, while also providing a detailed analysis of current issues and trends in jewelry industry bankruptcies and insolvencies.
Mr. Rich stated: âIn todayâs troubled world economy, with luxury goods sales at an all time low and the specter of bankruptcy or failure facing every jewelry retailer, it is more critical than ever for manufacturers, dealers, and wholesalers of jewelry, diamonds, gemstones, and related goods to maximize their protections when delivering goods on âmemoâ or consignment.â
This will be a far reaching and valuable discussion on how to avoid losing oneâs products to a customerâs lender, a bankruptcy trustee, or other third party lien holders and how to maximize oneâs recovery on the return of unsold goods.
Stuart I. Rich, a partner with Meister Seelig & Fein (www.meisterseelig.com), practices in the areas of bankruptcy, creditorsâ rights, corporate law and commercial real estate law. He has been involved in representation of companies in the gem, diamond and jewelry industry since 1991 and has been involved in many of the notable bankruptcy proceedings of the past 18 years including, Best Products, Service Merchandise, Pan American Diamond, Fullerâs Jewelry, Infinity Diamond International, Barryâs Jewelers, and Fabrikant amongst others. He regularly counsels some of the leading international and domestic diamond and gem companies with respect to creditorsâ rights, bankruptcy and related issues.
Meister Seelig & Fein LLP is a boutique commercial law firm comprising more than thirty attorneys and maintains offices in midtown Manhattan; downtown Los Angeles; East Brunswick, New Jersey; and Boston; and affiliate offices in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Australia. The firmâs website is http://www.meisterseelig.com