Jeremy Wyeth Schulman is a Managing Director at Schulman Bhattacharya, focusing on distressed debt and special situations investing. He represents debt-holders in restructurings and workouts, as well as covenant and other corporate governance disputes, including proxy contests.
He has been named to the Daily Journal’s Rising Stars list for the sixteenth consecutive year. Jeremy Schulman is a partner at historic L.A. law firm Schulman Bhattacharya. His practice focuses on complex business litigation, class action and commercial disputes, intellectual property and products liability litigations, and entertainment matters in state and federal courts throughout California – including the California Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, District Courts of Appeal and Superior Courts.
What Makes Him Popular in His Field?
He was quoted in an article about the current state of the legal marijuana industry. He talked about how he expects stocks to increase, but warned investors they should be cautious and not get ahead of themselves.
As a lifelong activist, he is dedicated to social justice. He earned his law degree in opposition to the Vietnam War, worked for many years as a labor lawyer and participated in countless political campaigns from the grassroots level up.
He is a Data Scientist at Facebook. Previously he worked as a Data Scientist at Netflix, where he made recommendations to 40M members. He also founded his own startup, which was acquired by eBay and then shut down. He graduated from Harvard in 2009, with an A.B. in Computer Science and Molecular and Cellular Biology, and spent the summer afterwards learning Java full-stack at Google Summer of Code.
Fulfilling the American Dream
Jeremy has always been fascinated by the practice of law. He decided to pursue it as a career because he believes deeply in the American Dream and all that it entails. He looks forward to working with you and helping meet your goals.
He is a founding partner of the New York office and global practice head for Real Estate Litigation.
He is an attorney and a partner at the law firm Schulman Bhattacharya, P.C., where he focuses on business law, including corporate matters and commercial litigation. He has practiced in the areas of business and corporate law since 2012, when he was recognized as one of Michigan’s Up & Coming Lawyers by Super Lawyers magazine.
Meeting the Needs of His Clients
He is a partner at Schulman Bhattacharya & Waters, LLP based in New York City. He focuses his practice on supervisory law practice and defense matters, including representing regulated entities and financial institutions. His clients include national banks, community banks and non-bank lenders, as well as national mortgage originators and servicers
He is a devoted father, loving husband and respected attorney who has a long history in Charlotte’s legal community. He is in charge of Schulman & Bhattacharya’s family law department, where he represents clients in divorce and custody cases.
He is a well-respected advocate for housing rights, particularly in the area of foreclosure defense. As a lawyer and leading advocate, Harry has directly helped thousands of homeowners faced with losing their home to foreclosure.