Gregory Vizza concentrates his practice on business restructuring, bankruptcy, and financial services. He is a business lawyer representing a diversity of clients in both transactional and litigation matters, including:
- restructurings, reorganizations, and workouts
- secured transactions and creditors’ rights
- bankruptcy and consumer mortgage litigation
- asset sales
- asset-based financing
- plan negotiations
Greg’s clients include:
- banks, commercial finance companies, and other institutional lenders
- secured and unsecured creditors
- creditors’ committees
- asset purchasers
- chapter 15 foreign representatives
- liquidating trustees
Greg also prosecutes and defends against avoidance and fraudulent transfer actions brought in large chapter 11 cases and represents financial institutions and regulated entities in consumer loan disputes involving consumer protection statutes in both federal and state courts.
Before joining Blank Rome, Greg served as a law clerk for the Honorable Thomas M. Golden, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. While in law school, Greg served as a judicial intern in the Chambers of United States Magistrate Judge Timothy R. Rice. Greg also was a staff member of the Temple Law Review.
Outside the Firm
Greg is a member of the Board of Trustees of LaSalle Academy, an independent, non-Archdiocesan elementary school located in North Philadelphia, for children in grades 3 through 8 whose potential is limited by financial, social, academic, or emotional challenges, and whose parents desire, but cannot afford, a Catholic education.