Josef (Joe) Mintz is an experienced and versatile business bankruptcy and restructuring attorney. He represents a diverse range of parties including creditors, debtors, trustees, lessors, and asset purchasers in matters including:
- Chapter 7 and 11 cases
- Bankruptcy litigation including preference and fraudulent transfer claims
- Chapter 15 and related international insolvency matters
- Restructuring and out-of-court workouts
- Asset sales
- Commercial financing and secured transactions
Chambers USA has ranked Joe as “Up and Coming” in the field of bankruptcy and restructuring law. Chambers noted he is “developing a fine reputation for his work in corporate restructuring and asset-based financing, among other issues.” Sources have given particular praise for his “responsiveness and understanding of the overall picture, even when dealing with very complex matters” and noted that he is “a really good lawyer, he’s personable and bright.”
While in law school, Joe was the production editor for the Rutgers Law Journal. He served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Jean K. FitzSimon, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and as an intern to the Honorable John J. Hughes, U.S. Magistrate Judge of the District of New Jersey.
Prior to attending law school, Joe held positions as an antitrust legal assistant and an electronic discovery specialist for a large, international law firm.
Outside the Firm
Joe lives in West Philadelphia with his wife and two children. He is a lifelong Phillies fan and enjoys live music, running, and biking.