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Overview

Overview

Eric Novetsky is an attorney in our Finance and Insolvency & Reorganization practice groups, also working closely with our Property Tax Appeals group. He specializes in the representation of lenders and borrowers in commercial loan transactions as well as the representation of creditors, creditors’ committees, and corporate debtors in bankruptcy proceedings. Incorporating an extensive background in supply chain management and automotive manufacturing, Eric also works with clients to negotiate and document supply/purchase/customer contracts and to identify and resolve issues arising within customer/supplier agreements and relationships. 

Prior to joining Jaffe, Eric specialized in procurement, international logistics, foreign trade, customs, and materials management at DaimlerChrysler, Eaton Corporation, and John Deere.

 

 

Education & Admissions

Education & Admissions

Education

  • Wayne State University Law School
    J.D., cum laude
    Order of the Coif
  • University of Michigan, Dearborn
    MBA
  • Michigan State University
    B.A. in Supply Chain Management

Bar Admission

  • Michigan

Court Admissions

  • State of Michigan
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Affiliations

Affiliations

  • Turnaround Management Association, Board of Directors (Michigan Chapter), 2016—present
  • Credit Abuse Resistance Education, Co-chair, Detroit Michigan Chapter
  • State Bar of Michigan, Member
  • American Bankruptcy Institute, Member
  • Federal Bar Association, Member
  • Turnaround Management Association NextGen, Founding Member of Board of Directors, 2013—2016
  • Previous employment specializing in the fields of procurement, international logistics, foreign trade, customs and materials management at DaimlerChrysler, Eaton Corporation and John Deere, 1999—2006

News

News

Publications

  • “The Absolute Priority Rule as an Absolute Rule: The Rejection of Secured Creditor ‘Gifting’ Under a Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization,” Commercial Law League of America, Bankruptcy Law Section Newsletter, October 2011
  • “Second Circuit Holds that Section 502(d) Does Not Apply to Administrative Expense Claims Under Section 503(b)(9) of the Bankruptcy Code,” Commercial Law League of America, Bankruptcy Law Section Newsletter, 2009
  • “Fifth Circuit Holds that Courts Should Consider Counsel’s Lack of Involvement With Party in Ruling on Disqualification Due to Imputed Conflict,” American Bankruptcy Institute, Ethics Committee, 2009