Seasoned attorneys Isaac Marcushamer and Daniel Gielchinsky join forces to solve complex business matters in a contemporary legal practice

MIAMI (November 11, 2021) – With the goal of helping businesses and individuals solve complex business problems, two distinguished attorneys – Daniel Gielchinsky and Isaac Marcushamer – have partnered to form DGIM Law, a Miami-based business law firm. Focusing on complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy, and insolvency matters, the firm’s vision is to unite the founders’ distinct skillsets, offer depth in these specialty practice areas, and capably handle multifaceted cases under one roof.

“We desired to create a unique practice where challenges could be remedied as a singular force and amongst a unified team of astute problem solvers,” said Marcushamer. “Our litigation, trial, and business acumen are our ‘secret sauce’ that cannot be easily replicated in South Florida. We believe communication is the direct line to a successful practice in today’s world, and we can now help our clients navigate their challenges together with combined skillsets.”

DGIM Law harnesses a unique equation in today’s legal landscape that affords high-touch involvement in all types of commercial matters. The partnership brings more than 35 years of experience in litigation and distressed asset workouts, with dozens of trials in Gielchinsky’s repertoire and Marcushamer’s recognized practice around troubled assets. The firm provides a particular advantage of handling distressed real estate cases through every phase of the process with direct involvement from both partners throughout.

“Isaac and I are proud to announce the launch of our firm to have greater capability to help both current and prospective clients navigate complex business matters, while minimizing risk and facilitating positive resolutions,” added Gielchinsky. “We look forward to providing the versatile legal acumen of our combined backgrounds, excellent service, and an environment that our clients and associates want to be a part of.”

DGIM Law represents debtors, creditors, developers, investors, fiduciaries, financial institutions, landlords, and enterprises of all sizes, always with a relationship-based approach. The firm’s practice includes partnership and shareholder disputes, real estate foreclosures, business reorganization, insolvencies and workouts, acquisitions, disposition of distressed assets/investments, contract breaches, debtor/creditor/committee representation, Chapter 7, 11 & 13 bankruptcy matters, small business reorganization cases, fraudulent transfers, preference claims, and clawback actions.

Gielchinsky successfullymanaged his own law practice for seven years prior to founding DGIM Law. He previously held the titles of bankruptcy practice group leader at a large firm in the Northeast and ‘Of Counsel’ at Bilzin Sumberg, litigating high stakes bankruptcy cases. Gielchinsky is one of the few small firm law firm owners to have taken a leading role in large cases and a federal jury trial that are typically the domain of national and international law firms. His experience on Wall Street gives Gielchinsky a distinct advantage in his ability to skillfully navigate the forensic accounting and valuation issues that are fundamental to shareholder and partnership disputes. Gielchinsky‘s service in public office for four years as a Commissioner and Vice Mayor of the Town of Surfside and as the Chair of the Legal Committee of one of the country’s most preeminent synagogues is a testament to his innate leadership abilities and dedication to serving the community. He earned a juris doctorate from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and a Bachelor’s Degree in finance from Yeshiva University.

Marcushamer practiced as a leading litigation and bankruptcy attorney with notable South Florida law firms, holding several roles as a partner and Chief Innovation Officer at Berger Singerman for his tech-driven mindset. He is skilled in business disputes of all kinds, as well as serving companies in distress, including Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcies. Most notably, he represented Judge Herbert Stettin as Chapter 11 Trustee in the largest Ponzi scheme in Florida history, involving approximately $1.2 million in claims. Marcushamer earned his juris doctorate from Hofstra University School of Law and Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Toronto.

DGIM Law is located at 2875 NE 191st Street, Suite 705 Aventura, Florida 33180. For more information, visit dgimlaw.com

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About DGIM Law:

DGIM Law is a South Florida-based, contemporary business law firm focused on bankruptcy and commercial litigation. Founded by seasoned attorneys Daniel Gielchinsky and Isaac Marcushamer, the firm focuses on navigating clients through complex business, litigation, and insolvency matters. This includes partnership/shareholder disputes, contract disputes, real estate foreclosures, bankruptcy/restructuring, and selling/acquiring distressed assets.