Pamela A. Bosswick is a litigator who concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial litigation and creditors' rights. She has particular experience representing financial institutions and major corporations in matters regarding lender liability defense, contract disputes, computer performance defense, inter-creditor issues and bankruptcy.
Ms. Bosswick is a graduate of New York University School of Law, where she served as a member and an editor of the Moot Court Board, and the State University of New York at Binghamton, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Areas of Practice
- Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Business Insolvency, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights
- New York
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
- New York University School of Law, J.D., 1990
- New York State Bar Association
Successfully represented trade creditors in multiple adversary proceedings seeking to recover potential preferential, fraudulent and/or post-petition transfers in, among others, the Sears, SunEdison, American Apparel, Circuit City, HomeBanc Mortgage Corp., and American Home Mortgage bankruptcy cases.
Represented contract counter-parties and negotiated the assumption or rejection of various executory contracts in, among others, the Hertz, Sears, PG&E, J.C. Penney, Southern Foods Group, and Shopko bankruptcy cases.
Represented plaintiff, as litigation trustee, in an action against former officers and directors of a Chapter 11 debtor, for breaches of fiduciary duty, negligence and gross mismanagement, and fraudulent transfers. Plaintiff was awarded over $9 million in damages for breaches of fiduciary duties and for fraudulent transfers. Fox v. Koplik (In re Perry H. Koplik & Sons, Inc.), 476 B.R. 746 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 2012).
Represented unsecured creditors’ committee in Colonial Realty, the largest bankruptcy case then filed in Connecticut.
Represented Torchlight Loan Services LLC in CMBS litigation claiming over $30 million in damages against defendants Credit Suisse and Column Financial; Torchlight, as special servicer, was granted summary judgment against defendants on its claims for breaches of multiple representations and warranties made by Column in connection with its origination and sale of two commercial real estate loans that were part of a mortgage-backed securities offering. (New York County Supreme, 2020)
Successfully defended IBM against multi-million dollar fraudulent transfer litigation seeking to reverse a leveraged buyout in Tribune Publishing Co.