Northwestern University, B.A., Honors in Philosophy.
Attended Harvard, Columbia University, and Laval University [Montreal]
City University of the State of New York, New York, Ancient Greek Philosophy, 1982.
New School for Social Research, New York, Modern European Philosophy, 1983.
Writer and Lecturer on a Broad Range of Legal Issues: "Fraudulent Conveyances (New Broad Scope of Debtor Liability for Collections)": "The New Scope of Web-Based Jurisdiction to sue foreign and out-of-State Entities"; "Litigation Strategies to Win"; "New Concerns for Lenders in Bankruptcy Litigation"; Author of "Creative and Strategic Analysis To Win", Author: "How to Lose a Litigation"; "Is Arbitration still viable?" Author and CLE Lecturer: "RICO in Creditor Actions"; "When not to Litigate": "When Creditors should hold off Filing a Petition in Bankruptcy against your Borrower--The Risk of Bad Faith Filing. Find new articles at linkedin.com/in/davidrelkinlaw or @relkinlaw.com
In a seminal case, I successfully argued that a Creditor may extend the time to reach fraudulent conveyances to the date of commencement of an Arbitration was accepted by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and is now a generally accepted reach-back provision under the UFTA and the New York Debtor and Creditor Law.
I Specialize in Debtor and Creditor issues, Commercial Arbitration and Litigation, Judgment Enforcement and Collections, Bankruptcy Reclamations and Preferences, International Legal Issues and strong associations with National and International clients.
General Counsel and Executive VP of Import/Export Commodities Corporation.
New York County District Attorney's Office: Repeat Offender's Bureau, 1986.