Brian T. Harvey

Brian T. Harvey

Senior Counsel

Expertise

  • Insolvency & Financial Law Group

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

Buchalter
California, U.S.A.

Profile

Brian T. Harvey’s practice focuses on matters involving insolvency, creditors’ rights, finance, real estate, receiverships, and commercial litigation. He has significant experience representing financial institutions, creditor committees, trade creditors, debtors, lessors, lessees, and investors in all aspects of bankruptcy reorganizations and liquidations, including debtor in possession financing, collateral recovery, asset sales and purchases, lease assumptions and rejections, plan confirmation, claims objections, fraudulent transfers, and preference liability. He has represented clients in bankruptcies involving a broad range of industries, including commercial real estate, construction, retail, manufacturing, apparel, hospitality, media, and health care.

Mr. Harvey also provides legal and strategic advice to commercial banks, finance companies, factors and other lenders regarding the structuring, documentation, workout, and recovery of secured and unsecured financial transactions.

Mr. Harvey was recognized by Super Lawyer Magazine as a Southern California Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2014 and 2015.

Memberships

  • Financial Lawyers Conference
  • Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum

Bar Admissions

  • California

Education

  • USC Gould School of Law
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
Areas of Practice

Insolvency & Financial Law Group

Articles

  • Buchalter Client Alert COVID-19: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Bankruptcy Court System
  • When Are Goods “Received” By Your Buyer?
  • The CFPB Has Bigger Problems Than Being Unconstitutional
  • Just When You Thought You Were Out, They Pull You Back In
  • Patient Care Ombudsman: A New Role in Health Care Bankruptcy Cases
  • Receiverships as a New Alternative to Traditional Workout Options
  • Assumption of Hotel Franchise Agreements in Bankruptcy
  • Keeping the Money: Strategies for Protecting Against Preference Liability