The Equipment Leasing & Finance Association appointed Marc L. Hamroff, managing partner at Moritt Hock & Hamroff to its Legal Committee.
Hamroff’s appointment was effective January 1, and he will serve a three-year term on the committee.
Hamroff previously served on the ELFA Legal Committee in the early 2000s, and he welcomes the opportunity to rejoin it. “I’m thrilled to return, after many years, to serve on the Legal Committee,” Hamroff said. “The committee’s role in supporting the complex and diverse legal issues confronting the equipment finance industry has always been second to none, and I am proud to serve with such impressive and diverse colleagues.”
Hamroff has been a member of the ELFA for more than 30 years and is a frequent featured speaker and presenter at ELFA conferences and conventions. Hamroff delivered the Legal Update to the ELFA Legal Forum for many years and frequently speaks at the ELFA’s Captive Finance, Credit & Collections, and Legal Forum conferences, as well as at the ELFA Annual Convention.
Ted A. Berkowitz, partner and general counsel of MH&H, said, “Marc has been and continues to be a leader at MH&H, in his community, and in his profession. MH&H strongly supports his commitment to contributing his experience and expertise to the ELFA Legal Committee and is proud to have Marc share his knowledge with the larger equipment leasing and equipment finance community through the ELFA.”
Hamroff joined MH&H in 1983 and became a name partner in 1989. He chairs the firm’s Financial Services Practice, which includes the Bankruptcy, Equipment Leasing, Secured Lending, Distressed Assets, and Creditors’ Rights Groups, and provides special concentration in litigation, workout, and bankruptcy matters nationwide. As head of the Financial Services Group, Hamroff has spearheaded the representation of secured lenders, banks, and lessors in a wide range of transactions.
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