MARGARET A. HOLLAND
Meg Holland is Counsel to the law firm of Subranni Zauber, LLC.
Before joining the law firm, she was a Deputy Attorney General at the New Jersey Attorney Generals Office & Division of Law. After twenty five years of State service, she retired as the Assistant Chief of the Treasury Section, where she was responsible for supervising bankruptcy assignments, providing bankruptcy advice, and litigating claims of numerous New Jersey governmental agencies.
She has litigated claims of state agencies in cases filed under chapters 7, 11 and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. She has represented clients in bankruptcy courts in New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York, as well as United States District Courts and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
Since joining the firm in 2007, her practice primarily focuses on litigating issues for debtors and creditors in cases filed under Chapter 7, 11 and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code and Trustee representation. She also represents clients with disputes concerning tax liabilities with the Internal Revenue Service and the New Jersey Division of Taxation. She assists her clients with her knowledge of tax, lien and bankruptcy law.
She is admitted to practice in all New Jersey and Pennsylvania state courts, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
Meg has participated in the Bankruptcy Inn of Court as a Student, Barrister and Master.
She is a member of the New Jersey Bar Association, Bankruptcy Section and the Atlantic County Bar Association.
Honors and Awards
She served as a member of the District I Ethics Committee for a four year term from 2012 to 2016.
She has also been a member of the Lawyers Advisory Committee for the New Jersey Bankruptcy Court and the New Jersey Supreme Court’s Committee on the Tax Court.
She was on the Board of Directors for the Statesí Association of Bankruptcy Attorneys.
Her experience also includes the following high profile corporate Chapter 11 cases: R.H. Macyís Co., Caldor Inc., Worldcom, Enron Corporation, and cases involving various New Jersey healthcare providers.
She has litigated and appealed state tax cases in the New Jersey Tax Court, the Appellate Division, and the New Jersey Supreme Court for her primary state agency client, the Division of Taxation. Reported New Jersey Supreme cases: Richardís Auto City Inc. v. Director, Division of Taxation, 140 N.J. 523 (1995); Brunswick Corp. v. Director, Division of Taxation, 135 N.J. 107 (1994); Secaucus v. Hudson County Bd. Of Taxation, 133 N.J. 482 (1993); Reuben H. Donnelley Corp. v. Director, Division of Taxation, 128 N.J. 218 (1992).
Publications & Speaking
Meg has been a speaker at many bankruptcy seminars, including seminars for the New Jersey Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute: Bankruptcy Primer for Government Attorneys, New Jersey Division of Taxation: Treatment of Tax Claims in Bankruptcy Cases, States Association of Bankruptcy Attorneys Taxation and Bankruptcy Conference and the National Association of Attorneys General’s Bankruptcy and the Government Lawyer Seminar.
She has written articles for various newsletters including, How to Properly Serve the State of New Jersey in Bankruptcy Proceedings; and In Re Sullivan: New Jersey State Tax Liens are Statutory and Other Significant Finding Concerning the New Jersey State Tax Uniform Law and Bankruptcy Code.
She is a regular donator to Habitat for Humanity and Community Food Bank of New Jersey.
She received a Bachelor of Arts with honors from the University of Maryland, a Master of Library Science from the Drexel University Graduate School of Library Science and a Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she was an editor on the Law Review.
Upon graduation from law school Meg served as law clerk to the Honorable Martin L. Haines and the Honorable L. Anthony Gibson in the Chancery Division ñ General Equity Part, New Jersey Superior Court.
Meg can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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