Attorney Profile

New York Business Litigation Attorney

David H. Relkin is a well-seasoned New York business and commercial litigation, arbitration, bankruptcy and collection attorney. He was formerly a partner with the highly-respected law firms of Kreindler & Relkin, P.C. and Duane Morris LLP. He also worked for the New York County District Attorney's Office and was General Counsel for a multi-million dollar import/export company. He regularly acts as a Judge in Mock Trial Competitions and Moot Court Competitions, as well as being a lecturer on arbitration and collection issues. His various publications reflect his substantial knowledge, experience and accomplishments in legal matters such as creditor's rights, sales of goods, fraudulent conveyances, international transactions, textiles, letters of credit, collections, and reclamation in bankruptcy cases. Those publications include:

  • "Letters of Credit: A New Concern for Banks," Committee on Commercial and Banking Litigation Journal, American Bar Association, 1999
  • "PACA Trust for the Benefit of Unpaid Produce Sellers," Developments in Bankruptcy Reorganization and Commercial Finance Law, 2000
  • "Rights of a Trustee in Bankruptcy, Reclamation Pulls a Rabbit out of a Hat," Developments in Bankruptcy Reorganization and Commercial Finance Law, 2001.
  • How to maximize collections, Commercial Business Institute, 2006.
  • Commercial Arbitration: How to Compel, Argue and Confirm an Award, Commercial Business Institute, 2007.

Please contact his office to find out more about his business law practice.