Corporate restructuring firm TMA elects Greenberg Traurig’s Brody as new chapter president

Alan Brody, shareholder in Florham Park-based Greenberg Traurig LLP’s New Jersey Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice, has been elected as the Turnaround Management Association‘s New Jersey chapter president for January 2024-December 2025.

Members of the executive committee, including Brody, were installed at the annual meeting of the New Jersey chapter Feb. 1 at the Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield.

TMA is an organization in the corporate restructuring, renewal and corporate health space. With almost 10,000 members in 54 chapters worldwide, including 34 North American chapters, members include turnaround attorneys, practitioners, accountants, liquidators, consultants and advisers, as well as government employees, academics and members of the judiciary, according to its website. Brody has been a member of TMA for over 20 years.

“As president, I look forward to continuing to work with our incredible board, committees and members to create opportunities that further stimulate conversations and foster relationships amongst our members and help mentor the NextGen group members. Together, we will continue to grow and strengthen TMA,” Brody noted.

Brody focuses his practice on bankruptcy, corporate restructuring, commercial insolvency and financing. He has a wide range of experience representing clients in a variety of bankruptcy proceedings, as well as insolvency issues in business transactions, out-of-court restructurings, asset-based loans and debtor-in-possession financing.

Brody has broad experience in complex bankruptcy and creditors’ rights litigation and has represented entities in the restructuring, financing, and acquisition of assets in bankruptcy courts throughout the U.S.