Tabas Soloff

February 24, 2015

On February 24, 2015 after a year and a half long bankruptcy proceeding, the firm and successor trus... read more

December 23, 2014

Miami Bankruptcy Judge approves $8 million setlement in Chapter 15 related racketeering and fraud li... read more

June 26, 2014

Joel Tabas was once again recognized on the Super Lawyers annual list of the top attorneys in F... read more

Joshua D. Silver Associate

Joshua D. Silver focuses his practice on bankruptcy and restructuring, complex business litigation, and creditors' rights. Josh represents bankruptcy trustees in their administration of Chapter 7 debtor cases including all aspects of analyzing and reconstructing financial records, sales of bankruptcy assets and bankruptcy litigation. He also advises debtors and creditors in relation to their rights in bankruptcy proceedings and how to protect those rights.

Josh is a sports enthusiast and epicurean. He was born in Hollywood, Florida.

University of Central Florida, B.S., 2008
University of Miami, J.D., magna cum laude, 2012
- Editor, Psychology, Public Policy and Law Journal
- Dean’s Merit Scholar

Florida, 2012
United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, 2012

In re Signature Grand, Ltd. – Represent Chapter 7 Trustee of the bankruptcy estate of former owner and operator of premier wedding ceremony and reception venue.
In re Lozano - Represented Chapter 7 Trustee in the recovery of substantial unscheduled international assets.
In re Brican America, LLC; Dunn v. Vincens, Lemacon, Brican America Inc., Brican Financial Services, LLC. – Represented Chapter 7 Trustee in case involving the dissolution of company that marketed and distributed advertising systems to medical providers in relation to settlement of an adversary proceeding against insiders for their receipt of fraudulent transfers, gross negligence and breaches of fiduciary duties.

Member, Bankruptcy Bar Association for the Southern District of Florida

Bankruptcy and Restructuring
Complex Business Litigation
Creditors' Rights