DOUGLAS A. AMEDEO
TODD E. DUFFY
clerked for Chief Judge Stephen D. Gerling of the Northern District of New York Bankruptcy Court. After his clerkship, Todd was associated with several large Manhattan firms and participated in many of the largest and most complex bankruptcy cases in the last twenty years. Past Chair of the Bankruptcy Committee of the New York County Lawyers’ Association, Todd was Chair of the Bankruptcy and Restructuring Group and a Shareholder of Anderson Kill & Olick, P.C. immediately prior to co-founding DuffyAmedeo LLP.
In addition to his significant bankruptcy experience, Todd has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in State and Federal Court commercial litigation. He has litigated various non-bankruptcy issues in federal courts throughout the country and in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Throughout his career, Todd has represented debtors, creditors (secured and unsecured), creditor committees, ad hoc committees, as well as commercial plaintiffs and defendants. He has also served as trustee to a post-bankruptcy liquidation trust and has represented foreign bank interests in the American courts.
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
State and Federal Courts of New York
State and Federal Courts of New Jersey
Associate Editor: American Bankruptcy Institute Law Journal, 2007- 2013
New York County Lawyers’ Association:
Bankruptcy Law Committee (former Co-Chair)
Task Force on Professionalism (2011- Present)
Order of the Coif and graduated cum laude. After passing the New York bar, he practiced law in New York City as a commercial litigator at Willkie Farr & Gallagher and Greenberg Traurig, over time transitioning his practice to one centered on business bankruptcy and related debtor-creditor litigation. Along the way, he also became a member of the New Jersey bar, practicing law at Porzio, Bromberg and Newman in Morristown, New Jersey prior to returning to New York as co-founder of the law firm, DuffyAmedeo, LLP.
A former chair of the Bankruptcy Committee of the New York County Lawyer’s Association, Doug has represented clients in all manner of roles as debtors and creditors, both secured and unsecured, as well as creditor committees, in bankruptcy proceedings and related litigation.
In addition, Doug has represented foreign bank interests in American courts and has had extensive experience dealing with issues of fraud, including post-judgment proceedings.
New York, State and Federal
New Jersey, State and Federal
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Douglas A. Amedeo attended Rutgers Law School, where he served on the Rutgers Law Review, was elected to the
Todd E. Duffy attended law school at St. John’s University School of Law and obtained his law degree in two and a half years. After law school, he