Howard Meyers

Howard is certified as a bankruptcy specialist, business bankruptcy specialist and creditors rights specialist whose work with Rose Law Group is creditor oriented.

Howard has extensive non-bankruptcy business litigation and trial experience in state and federal courts focusing on injunctions, receiverships, real estate finance, commercial finance, guaranties, fraudulent transfers and business torts. He has often become involved in cases with complex multi-state or even multinational issues.

Howard has specialized expertise in securing expedited relief for secured lenders requiring enforcement of their assignments of rents and security interests in cash collateral. 

Education / Honors

  • J.D. Arizona State University College of Law
  • B.A., Arizona State University, Liberal Arts
  • Selected, Southwest Super Lawyers, Business Bankruptcy 
  • Selected, Arizona’s Finest Lawyers
  • Ranked AV® PreeminentTM 5.0 out of 5* in Martindale Hubbell
  • Appointed by Governor Jan Brewer to the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board, 2014-2017 and service as its Chairman
  • *AV® PreeminentTM BV® DistinguishedTM is a certification mark of Reed Elsevier Properties, Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies.

Professional Associations

  • American Bankruptcy Institute
  • American Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association
  • State Bar of Arizona
  • Maricopa County Bar Association

Representative Engagements

  • Successful representation of secured creditors in single asset chapter 11 cases over the course of time combining motions to lift stay with opposition to plan confirmation on a cram down basis, sometimes with Section 1111(b) elections
  • Motions to compel chapter 11 debtors in possession to assume or reject executory equipment leases and motions to lift stay to enforce equipment lessor rights
  • Receivership and injunctive proceedings in Arizona state court to enforce assignments of rents for the benefit of commercial lenders during the pendency of nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings by way of contractual powers of sale
  • Prosecution of lender actions against guarantors in situations where the borrowers have sought chapter 11 relief
  • Bankruptcy due diligence counsel to the purchaser of the single largest package of secured real estate loans and joint venture interests purchased from the RTC which involved significant bankruptcy issues due to multiple borrower and coventurer chapter 11 proceedings
  • Representation of the secured creditor in the UCC sale of a grocery store chain with seventy (70) operating stores which was consummated by a credit bid in excess of $144,000,000 and assumption of ownership and operation of the grocery store chain by a special purpose entity created for that purpose

In The News

SUBCHAPTER V SMALL BUSINESS CHAPTER 11 REORGANIZATION IN A NUTSHELL

  By Howard Meyers, Rose Law Group Of Counsel If your business has $7,500,000.00 or less in debt, it is a candidate for a Chapter 11 filing under Subchapter V of the Small Business Reorganization Act. The $7,500,000.00 debt ceiling excludes debts that are contingent (e.g., a claim based on a guarantee of another’s debt that is not in default)

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ASSET PROTECTION: A PRACTICAL LITIGATION OVERVIEW

  By Howard Meyers, Rose Law Group Of Counsel I. ASSET PROTECTION DISTINGUISHED FROM PLAIN VANILLA ESTATE PLANNING A. Estate Planning Estate planning generally deals with the ordinary transmission of wealth by and between different family generations. While there are numerous tax planning and family considerations that are addressed, particularly as the amount of net worth involved increases, the main

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