Burleson adds Rosenthal to bankruptcy practice

Trent Rosenthal, who has practiced bankruptcy law for nearly three decades, has joined Burleson LLP as a partner in the firm’s Houston location. Additionally, he will oversee Burleson's strategic alliances with other firms across the country that are designed to deliver broader, more customized bankruptcy and restructuring services to companies in a diverse range of industries.

Rosenthal, who is board certified in business bankruptcy law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, focuses his practice on reorganizations, insolvencies, work-outs, creditors'/landlords' rights, and real estate issues. He represents oil and gas companies, banks, factoring companies, asset-based lenders, trade creditors, landlords, and unsecured creditors' committees, as well as companies in other industries. 

Rosenthal also represents debtors in chapter 11 cases, and handles various bankruptcy litigation matters. He has acted as an operating chapter 11 trustee for real estate owners and developers, as well as for insolvent companies. 

Rosenthal is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell. He earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a law degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston. 

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