JOHN (JACK) H. Hall, Jr.

Special Counsel

1177 Avenue of the Americas
5th Floor
New York, NY 10036

John (Jack) H. Hall Jr. has focused his practice in the area of bankruptcy. Jack brings an extensive business background to his practice, having spent 15 years as an executive of two of the nation’s largest retailers at the time. His extraordinary experience has led him to appear both as creditor’s counsel and debtor’s counsel in U.S. Bankruptcy Courts across the country. Jack has also argued appeals in the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeal. He has litigated numerous bankruptcy cases involving automobile dealerships, commercial transportation companies and other matters involving vehicle and equipment financing. Having represented parties in mega bankruptcy cases as well as smaller business owners and individuals provides Jack with a strong understanding of both the creditor’s and the debtor’s perspective. He brings a practical business point of view to his practice along with an in depth understanding of the law and economic realities, all of which has been furthered shaped by his military career. Jack is a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the Unites States Marine Corps.

Jack is Special Counsel to the firm.

Significant Representation
  • Numerous major bankruptcies such as: RH Macy, Enron, Kmart, Avianca Airline, Bennett Funding among others.
  • Expert witness on bankruptcy law.
  • Managed numerous bankruptcy matters nationwide for domestic auto finance subsidiary of foreign bank.
  • Appeared in multiple bankruptcy matters concerning motor vehicle dealers.
Professional Experience

Pryor & Mandelup, L.L.P., Westbury, New York
Of Counsel

Albanese & Albanese, Garden City, New York
Of Counsel

Shaw Licitra Esernio & Schwartz PC, Garden City, New York
Of Counsel

Sills, Cummis, Zuckerman Radin, New York, New York
Of Counsel

Practice Areas

New York University
Master of Laws, 1995

New York Law School
J.D., 1989

Adelphi University
M.B.A., 1980

Adelphi College
B.A. 1968

Bar Admissions

New York
U.S. Courts of Appeal – Second and Sixth Circuits
U.S. District Courts – Southern and Eastern Districts of New York