Jil Mazer-Marino was named a Member of Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. in 2011 having joined the firm as Of Counsel to the firm’s Bankruptcy & Business Reorganization and Corporate Finance law practice in 2008. In addition to serving as a chapter 7 panel trustee for the Southern District of New York, Ms. Mazer-Marino practices in the area of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights and has extensive experience representing debtors, creditors’ committees, and secured and unsecured creditors in large and complex chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. She has represented chapter 7 and chapter 11 trustees, chapter 11 debtors in possession, and plan administrators in all aspects of bankruptcy case administration. Also, Ms. Mazer-Marino represents banks, indenture trustees, factors and other lenders in connection with debtor in possession financing, out of court debt restructuring, and debt collection.
Chapter 7 trustee for Tavern on the Green
Chapter 7 Trustee for National Sports Museum
Notable experience includes:
Ms. Mazer-Marino has lectured on creditors’ rights and bankruptcy topics for the New York State Bar Association, Practicing Law Institute, the Association of Corporate Counsel, Greater New York Chapter, the Long Island Business Resource Association and the New York Institute of Credit. Ms. Mazer-Marino is also the Contributing Editor of the Cannabis Law Digest.
In 2019, Ms. Mazer-Marino received the Executive of the Year Award for the New York Institute of Credit, Women’s Division. From 2013-2018, Ms. Mazer-Marino was recognized as a New York Super Lawyer.
Prior to joining Meyer, Suozzi, Ms. Mazer-Marino was a partner at the bankruptcy boutique firm of Rosen Slome Marder, LLP. From 1990 through 1991, Ms. Mazer-Marino served as a law clerk to Hon. Conrad B. Duberstein, former Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of New York, after which she practiced in the business reorganization and restructuring department of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in New York City.