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Wojciech F. Jung

Wojciech F. Jung



  • Bankruptcy
  • Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights
  • Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights
  • Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights

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Lowenstein Sandler LLP
New York, U.S.A.


Wojciech represents businesses, unions, pension funds, buyers, and creditors in all aspects of corporate restructuring and turnarounds, liquidations, debtor-creditor law, bankruptcy, and commercial litigation. He also represents purchasers of distressed assets, parties to out-of-court workouts, trustees, and post-confirmation trusts, as well as plaintiffs and defendants in avoidance actions throughout the United States. Throughout his career, Wojciech has advised clients in a wide range of industries, including media, hospitality, retail, airline, pharmaceutical, poultry, nursery, fiber optics, nutritional supplements, and manufacturing.

As a former clerk for two federal bankruptcy judges, Wojciech garnered invaluable insights into the bankruptcy process, which continue to inform the comprehensive and highly efficient legal representation he provides to clients.

In addition to his law degree, Wojciech holds a certification of Corporate Counsel from Syracuse College of Law's Center for Law & Business Enterprise. He is fluent in Polish and is a member of the Polish American Chamber of Commerce, as well as numerous other U.S.-based and international organizations.

Bar Admissions

    New York
    New Jersey


Syracuse University College of Law (J.D. 2003), cum laude; Lead Articles Editor, Law and Technology Journal
St. John's University (B.S. 2000), magna cum laude
Areas of Practice

Bankruptcy | Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights | Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights | Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights | Commercial Law | Commercial Litigation | Corporate and Business | Corporate Litigation | Litigation

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Represented the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in Detroit's Chapter 9 bankruptcy

Company/Chapter 11 Debtor Representations: Aceto Corporation, Rising Pharmaceuticals, ConnectEdu Inc., Mantara, UNX, Dots, Biolitec Inc., Ocean Place Resort, Jobson Medical, Strauss Discount Auto, EPV Solar, El Taller Colaborativo

Official Creditors' Committee Representations: ONE Aviation, Gibson Brands, Rentech, Appvion, Vitamin World, Short Bark Industries, CST Industries Holdings, Rupari Holding, Lily Robotics, Xtera Communications, Taylor Wharton, Standard Register, Exide Technologies, Phoenix Payment Systems, Zacky Farms, Hussey Copper, General Maritime, Ion Media Networks, Nebraska Book Company, Ambassadors International, Consolidated Horticulture Group, American Safety Razor, Star Tribune Holdings, Foamex International (II), Pappas Telecasting Incorporated, Archway Cookies, Rehrig International, Leiner Health Products, Advanced Marketing Services, Global Homes Products, Plaint Corporation

Significant Third-Party/Creditor Representations: American Airlines, Hostess Brands, HearUSA, Blockbuster, Corus Bankshares, Lehman Brothers, Lyondell Corporation, Chemtura Corporation, Pilgrim's Pride, Bigler, Fortunoff, energy conversion devices

Professional Associations

  • American Bankruptcy Institute

  • American Bar Association

  • New Jersey State Bar Association

  • New York City Bar Association

  • New York State Bar Association

  • Illinois State Bar Association

  • The Polish American Chamber of Commerce

Professional Activities and Experience

  • Young Restructuring Lawyer of the Year - Distressed Investing Conference in New York City


When Financial Stress Turns to Distress–Restructuring Tools to Avoid Disaster Parts 1 and 2: Chapter 11 Checklist and What Else Is in the Toolbox
Lowenstein Sandler LLP, April 2020

When Financial Stress Turns to Distress–Restructuring Tools to Avoid Disaster Parts 1 and 2: Chapter 11 Checklist and What Else Is in the Toolbox In this Client Alert series, Lowenstein’s Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights Department will introduce the various restructuring tools available to help businesses avoid financial catastrophe in the current environment...

Additional Articles

The benefits of directors and officers insurance policies have been curtailed by the breadth of some courts' broad application of the "insured vs. insured" exclusion, which is common to D&O policies. Some courts have expanded the exclusion's scope to reach claims brought by or on behalf of the bankruptcy estate against insured directors and officers. Nevertheless, there are certain steps that bankruptcy and insurance practitioners can take to avoid or minimize the pitfalls of the insured vs. insured exclusion.

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