LOS ANGELES, September 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Los Angeleslaw office Sklar Kirsh LLP announced that the partner Robbin Itkin was recognized as a “Top Bankruptcy Lawyer” by the Daily newspaper.

“Robbin is an exceptional lawyer who consistently provides his clients with the highest level of strategy and service,” the firm’s co-chairman said. Jeffrey Skler. “We are delighted that she has received this recognition and honored to have her represent our firm alongside such esteemed professionals.”

Itkin is a partner and a leader in At Sklar Kirsh Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Practice Group. His experience in restructuring billions of dollars in debt includes insolvency resolutions in Chapter 11 cases and numerous restructurings outside of the courtroom. As a mediator, Itkin uses her problem-solving strength to advise both healthy and struggling companies, leading them to negotiate effectively with their own creditors and counterparties who are in fragile economic situations.

The post states that Itkin believes “what sets her apart is her compassion in dealing with clients and her desire to understand their business and their specific issues, pressures and goals.” The article continues, “Everyone knows the law…but truly understanding the client is what leads to good work.”

Recently named “Legal Visionary” by the Los Angeles TimesItkin’s excellence in complex cases has earned him recognition as Chambers UNITED STATES-lawyer classified in restructuring. Super Lawyers has featured her since 2005 and named her among Southern California Top 50 female lawyers and Top 100 female lawyers. She is also recognized by Best Lawyers in Southern California and Martindale Hubbell. Itkin received the Century City Bar Association’s “Bankruptcy Lawyer of the Year” award in 2013 and was named to LawDragon’s inaugural list of America’s Top Bankruptcy and Restructuring Lawyers of 2020.

Sklar Kirsh LLP is a boutique law firm that provides sophisticated, expert advice in the areas of corporate, real estate, bankruptcy and entertainment law, as well as commercial, real estate and entertainment litigation. For more information, visit

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