Alex is an Associate in the Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Practice. Alex has experience representing Chapter 11 debtors-in-possession; Chapter 7 trustees; official creditors’ committees and unofficial ad hoc creditor groups; pre-petition and DIP lenders; commercial, residential, and shopping mall landlords and tenants; C-suite executives, employees, and equity holders; asset purchasers and distressed debt investors; foreign vendors; and defendants in preferential transfer and fraudulent transfer actions.
Alex is a seasoned litigator in both Federal and New York State courts, representing plaintiffs and defendants in prosecuting and defending a wide variety of business disputes, including COVID-19 related landlord-tenant disputes, real estate disputes, employment disputes, partnership disputes, and other tortious conduct.
Notably, Alex's practice also encompasses negotiation of business transactions and striking favorable deals on behalf of his clients. Alex counsels entrepreneurs, startups, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, at every stage, from inception and financing, through various stages of growth, to winding down and dissolution. Alex frequently aids his clients applying for SBA and New York State-sponsored pandemic assistance grants and has successfully obtained millions of dollars on their behalf. Alex also counsels his clients regarding the acquisition or sale of commercial and residential properties.
Alex has been quoted in The Real Deal and Inc. Magazine on issues ranging from the New York State commercial eviction ban to the Paycheck Protection Program.
Prior to joining the Firm, Alex was an Associate at a mid-sized law firm in New York City. After graduating from Brooklyn Law School, magna cum laude, Alex worked as the principal law clerk for the Chief Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of New York.
On the latest Law Brief® episode, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Partner Robert Wolf and Associate Alexander Tiktin join host, Richard Schoenstein to discuss the current status of the COVID-19 foreclosure and eviction moratorium as we approach the New Year.
On October 14, 2021, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Partner David Wander and Attorney Alexander Tiktin were featured in the Ibook Linux article, “Rye Brook CPA Claims Bankrupt Cobble Creek Homebuilder Cheated On Him.”