Phillip Wang practices in the areas of complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy and creditors' rights, and real estate, in the California offices of Rimon.
Mr. Wang’s commercial litigation practice focuses on representing companies and individuals in complex business disputes including prosecuting and defending litigation of commercial contract, intellectual property, real estate and related matters in federal and state courts.
Mr. Wang's bankruptcy and creditors' rights practice includes representing secured and unsecured creditors, commercial lessors, financial institutions, business debtors, trustees, and committees in nearly all facets of corporate bankruptcy reorganization cases. He handles complex litigation, workout, restructuring and insolvency matters for lenders, lessors, and borrowers involving securitized commercial mortgage loans, commercial leases, guarantees, and extension and forbearance agreements. Mr. Wang has extensive experience in multiple jurisdictions with foreclosures and workouts related to troubled loans, distressed assets, the appointment of receivers, and other pre-judgment remedies.
In addition, Mr. Wang represents receivers on a national basis utilized in commercial real estate matters to stabilize distressed assets and manage property. The underlying real property assets are varied and include office towers, multi-family apartment complexes, retail shopping centers, and industrial buildings.
Mr. Wang's real estate practice includes representation of commercial developers, owners, landlords, tenants, lenders and borrowers in all aspects of disputes and litigation concerning commercial properties, such as complex commercial lease defaults, breaches of guaranty, mortgage fraud, real estate secured transaction issues, lender liability, easements, title and boundary disputes, nuisance abatement and other real estate-related controversies.
- Rimon P.C. (Partner)
- Duane Morris (Partner)
- Gordon & Rees (Partner)
- Princeton University (A.B.)
- Golden Gate University (J.D., Associate Editor, Golden Gate University Law Review)