Star liquidating

12-Jun-2017 07:13

He has served as a court appointed mediator, responsible person, receiver, umpire, fiscal agent, arbitrator and has acted (along with Bederson) as the bankruptcy and financial consultant to the Futures Representatives in the asbestos bankruptcies of G-1 Holdings, Federal-Mogul, NARCO, A. Green (Global Industrial Technologies, Inc.), and Acand S. Bond served as the Future Claimants’ representative in State Insulation Corp’s asbestos-related bankruptcy. He was appointed to the board of directors of the reorganized (Chapter 11) Pittsburgh Corning Corporation and Pittsburgh Corning Europe. Bond is included in the Register of Mediators of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey.In April 2013, he was appointed independent managing director in the Oak Rock Financial bankruptcy matter. Bond was appointed CRO for EZ Mailing Services, Inc. He is treasurer, executive committee and board member of East Orange General Hospital; member of Maplewood Country Club’s board of directors and has served on the Daughters of Israel board of directors.

He is a frequent contributor to mainstream New Jersey news outlets such as the Bergen Record and industry publications including Based in the Firm’s Fairfield office, Sy is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the States of New Jersey, New York and Florida. With more than 40 years’ experience providing accounting and business advisory services to privately held manufacturing, distribution, retail, legal and healthcare clients, Sy maintains a keen understanding of tax and financial concepts.

He also assists high net worth clients with estate and financial planning and plays a key role for clients in matrimonial litigation with respect to support matters.

Sy has authored articles appearing in NJ CPA Magazine, Commerce Magazine and other New Jersey news publications. He has significant experience in international tax compliance and has assisted more than 300 clients with the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program.

He also serves on the board of directors for Dots, LLC. He has participated as an expert witness in a moot court proceeding at Seton Hall University and presented on forensic accounting to students at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

He served on a committee with Judge Moore and then Assistant U. Trustee Novalyn Winfield to evaluate the role of examiner in the District. He has acted as Trustee for numerous matters including the successful Chapter 11 reorganization of Dr.As Senior Internal Auditor, Tim conducted fraud investigations, one of which resulted in the indictment of 12 individuals and recovery by the company of approximately 0,000.