William J. Geller, a partner at the firm, practices real estate and general commercial litigation and is the head of the Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights practice group. He has practiced with the firm since 2002, and during his over twenty-five year legal career has been involved in nearly all aspects of real estate law practice, including residential and commercial sales and leasing, commercial lending, environmental law, administrative law, condominium/cooperative representation, and real estate and commercial litigation.
He currently concentrates on state, federal and bankruptcy court litigation at the trial court and appellate levels.
In his bankruptcy practice he represents landlords, lenders, condominium/cooperative boards and other creditors in creditors in protecting their rights and maximizing their recoveries through all aspects the bankruptcy process. He has also represented debtors as special real estate counsel.
Mr. Geller is a cum-laude graduate of the Fordham University School of Law, where he served as Associate Editor of the Fordham Law Review. He has dual bachelor’s degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in accounting from the Wharton School and in systems engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
During his legal career Mr. Geller has previously practiced with Carter, Ledyard & Milburn as well as Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft in addition to a small firm and his own solo practice. Prior to his legal career, he was an auditor with Deloitte & Touche.
William J. Geller is admitted to the New York, New Jersey and U.S. Supreme Court bars. He has been recognized as a Super Lawyer.