Saying he wanted a platform that included a significant New York presence, bankruptcy department co-chairman Leonard Goldberger has left White & Williams for Stevens & Lee. A White & Williams official, though, said Goldberger’s departure was prompted by a connection with Stevens & Lee and an investment bank.

Goldberger has a niche practice in representing insurance companies in bankruptcy cases involving mass tort, asbestos and environmental law as well as working with clients in the acquisition and financing of financially distressed businesses. Among his notable clients are ACE Group, Fireman’s Fund Insurance Co. and St. Paul Travelers.

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