DONALD R. LASSMAN is a sole practitioner in Needham, Massachusetts concentrating in the
areas of bankruptcy, insolvency and business reorganization since 1983.
Mr. Lassman is a member of the bar of the Commonwealths of Pennsylvania
and Massachusetts, the Boston Bar Association, the National Association
of Bankruptcy Trustees and the American Bankruptcy Institute, and has
been a member of the panel of Chapter 7 Trustees for the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court for the District of Massachusetts since 1995. He has earned the
"Preeminent" Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest
Since 2008, Mr. Lassman has been co-leading the effort of the Boston Bar
Association to provide legal assistance to members of the military and
their families, traveling to VFW posts throughouth Massachusetts to provide
informational seminars about consumer and bankruptcy laws.
Mr. Lassman was recently recognized for these efforts by Thomas Kelley, the Massachusetts Secretary of the Department of Veterans
Affairs. In May 2011, he was recognized for his volunteer efforts and
was awarded the
Simone Lottor Exceptional Service Award by Jewish Family and Children Service for making a vital contribution
to the community. In October 2013, Mr. Lassman was
recognized by the Boston Bar Association for his work on providing legal assistance to members of the military
and their families, and was
recognized by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts for his commitment to pro bono services.
Mr. Lassman participates in many continuing legal education programs as
Chairperson and Panelist and has written extensively on legal issues relating
to insolvency and bankruptcy, including most recently co-authoring a monograph entitled
first published by the American Bankruptcy Institute in 2009 with a second
edition published in 2010, an article entitled
11's REALLY DO WORK " that appeared in the March 2008 edition of the ABI Journal, and article entitled
"Inherited IRA: Exemption issues under the Code"
that appeared in the May 2011 edition of the ABI Journal and a monograph entitled
MOVING FOR RELIEF FROM THE AUTOMATIC STAY IN BANKRUTPCY"
published by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. in 2006. For
more information about these articles or other bankruptcy questions please
contact Mr. Lassman now.
Boston, January 2011;
Donald Lassman addresses over 600 professionals at the CJP Lawyers and