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Cousins Law LLC - Wilmington, DE

1521 Concord PikeSuite 301 Wilmington, DE 19803

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Updated: 08/31/2021

Wilmington Corporate Bankruptcy Law Firm


Cousins Law is a boutique, Delaware law firm specializing in corporate restructurings and liquidations, business law, litigation and corporate transactions.

We regularly act as lead counsel, conflicts counsel, special litigation counsel, and co-counsel to companies, statutory committees, and purchasers of all sizes in practically every industry, including representations in some of the largest and most complex cases ever filed in Delaware...

About Cousins Law LLC


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Corporate Bankruptcy 70%
  • Litigation 30%


  • 30%


  • AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, 2010 - 2020
  • The International Who’s Who of Insolvency & Restructuring Lawyers, 2011 - 2020

Pro Bono Activities

  • Alliance Defending Freedom
  • Native American Guardian’s Association

Representative Clients

  • Cred Inc. Bankruptcy Counsel
  • GNC Creditors Committee
  • SFX Entertainment Bankruptcy Conflicts Counsel
  • Violin Memory Bankruptcy Counsel


  • Mark D. Bloom, Esquire
  • David Markarian, Esquire
  • Dennis Meloro, Esquire
  • Keith Shapiro, Esquire



Office Information


1521 Concord PikeSuite 301 Wilmington, DE 19803


  • 302-295-0331

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