BANKRUPTCY REPRESENTATION FOR MORE THAN
100 YEARS COMBINED
Gregory F. Arcaro
Attorney Gregory Arcaro has been practicing law in Connecticut for over ten years. He focuses his practice primarily in the areas of Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Real Estate, and commercial workouts.
Attorney Arcaro has represented clients in numerous contested bankruptcy trials and hearings, many of which have resulted in reported decisions, including In re Fitzgerald, 237 B.R. 252 (Bank. D. Conn., 1999), a case of national note, which interpreted the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in BFP v. Resolution Trust Corporation, 511 U.S. 531 (1993), and its impact on the Connecticut strict foreclosure process.
Attorney Arcaro is admitted to practice law in Connecticut. He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, and is affiliated with both the Bankruptcy and Commercial Law sections of the Connecticut Bar Association.
Current Employment Position
- Connecticut Bar Association, Member
- Connecticut Bar Association, Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Sections, Member
Classes & Seminars
- Adjunct Professor, UCONN School of Law
- Connecticut, 1998
- U.S. District Court District of Connecticut, 1999
- U.S. Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit, 2020
- United States Supreme Court, 2021
- Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts
- Juris Doctor - 1998
- Mount Saint Mary College
- B.A. - 1993
- Honors: Ralph Scholar for Academic And Community Achievement
- Major: English
- Bankruptcy Basics
- What Property Can You Keep in Bankruptcy: The Connecticut Exemptions
- What Property Can You Keep in Bankruptcy? The Federal Exemptions
- Bankruptcy Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2005
- Are Creditors Not Listed On My Bankruptcy Petition Discharged, Or Do I Have To Pay Them?