Business law attorney Gary F. Torrell to discuss certain tax and related issues that arise frequently in bankruptcy cases, and tax planning associated with bankruptcy at the Beverly Hills Bar Association.
July 23, 2012 (Newswire) - Attorney Gary F. Torrell of Valensi Rose PLC will speak on "How Tax Law Affects Bankruptcy" at the Beverly Hills Bar Association luncheon on July 25 at the Association's office in Beverly Hills, California. Mr. Torrell is a partner at Valensi Rose and has over twenty-five years of legal and business experience working with high-net worth individuals and sophisticated companies.
The luncheon program is designed to provide a brief overview of the three most common types of bankruptcy cases filed by individuals and businesses, Chapters 7, 11 and 13. Mr. Torrell is joined by co-speaker David M. Agler of Crowe Horwath LLP. They will cover certain tax and related issues that arise frequently in bankruptcy cases, and tax planning associated with bankruptcy.
Mr. Torrell's expertise includes managing complex, nationwide commercial real-estate restructurings and bankruptcies for institutional lenders and private equity firms. He has handled a wide spectrum of properties including hotels, office buildings, apartments, condominiums, resorts, residential developments and other properties.
Mr. Torrell is a Bankruptcy Court mediator and represents secured and unsecured creditors, including major banks and landlords, in various bankruptcy cases throughout the United States.
The Beverly Hills Bar Association is located at 9420 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California. The event provides two hours of Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California.
About Valensi Rose, PLC
Established in 1952, Valensi Rose, PLC is a full-service business law firm providing its clients with the broad range of legal services needed in a complex business environment. The firm's practice areas include: federal, state and international tax planning and related litigation; trust and estate planning, administration and related litigation; charitable planning; civil litigation; family and domestic relations law and mediation; real estate; debtor-creditor and bankruptcy law; business and corporate law; non-profit law; labor and employment law; and music, entertainment and intellectual property law. For more information please visit www.vrmlaw.com.