Arthur C. Neiwirth
Partner
954.315.7220
aneiwirth@rra-law.com

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Biography Cont.: amount which is pledged to a business endeavor or enterprise. Mr. Neiwirth's experience in the field of Bankruptcy Law and Debtor/Creditor relations has allowed him to develop an excellent understanding of the interrelationships of various issues and aspects of business and corporate law, lien perfection and collateral security interests and real estate, as well as transactions between parties and/or entities, with an eye towards the Bankruptcy Law which might permit an "undoing" of the various transactions. Mr. Neiwirth also maintains a general practice with representation of clients, individuals and entities, with regard to business issues and general legal concerns. Mr. Neiwirth believes that the client is entitled to the best quality representation available by the most qualified professional available.
Admitted: 1979, Florida; 1980, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida and U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit; 1981, U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit; 1982, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
Member: Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Delta Phi.
Awards: AV rating ("very high to preeminent") rating from Martindale Hubbell
Law School:University of Florida, J.D., 1978
College: University of Hartford; Upsala College; Oxford University, Oxford, England; University of Florida, B.S., 1975

Arthur C. Neiwirth a Partner in the firm of Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler located in Fort Lauderdale, FL who practices in the areas of Bankruptcy, Commercial Litigation and Real Estate.

Biography: Mr. Neiwirth believes that quality representation of a client includes an entire relationship with the client, from initial consultation and evaluation of whether or not a need for legal services exists, through the conclusion of the representation of the client. Since the commencement of his practice, Mr. Neiwirth has placed great emphasis on the Bankruptcy Law, Debtor/Creditor relations, and the impact and effect that the Bankruptcy Law can have upon an individual's or a corporation's business transactions and relationships with its creditors and in its daily business activities. This would include the evaluation of the appropriate way for individuals investing in business to protect their assets in excess of that

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