Mr. Kravitz serves as a professional fiduciary with a specific specialty in wind-down situations that focus on maximizing recoveries. Throughout his numerous engagements, he has consistently driven recoveries past waterfalls laid out in disclosure statements, initiated hundreds of millions of dollars in affirmative litigation recoveries and orchestrated over $10 billion dollars in claim reductions.
Mr. Kravitz serves in a multitude of roles, including Chief Restructuring Officer, advisor to and member of bankruptcy oversight and creditor committees, Chapter 11/Liquidating Trustee/Plan Administrator, Disbursing Agent and member of boards of directors where his legal and business backgrounds are well-served. Prior to joining Province, he served as Executive Vice President of Business Affairs to the largest privately held RV dealership group ($475+ million in annual revenues). Mr. Kravitz undertook a prominent industry-wide role reshaping manufacturer-dealer agreements and manufacturer indemnification obligations, forcing repurchases of entire aging inventories, ensuring financial compliance practices, and managing an industry-wide restructuring.
Mr. Kravitz’s litigation work has earned him titles such as American Lawyer Top 100 law firm partner, and in 2013 and 2014, he was selected as Southern California’s Super Lawyer for Bankruptcy, Litigation and Trusts.
J.D., Rutgers University Law School, 1995 (Editorial Board of Rutgers Law Journal)
B.A., Lehigh University, 1992
Directors’ Consortium Graduate Fall 2013 (joint offering by Chicago Booth School of Business, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Rock Center for Corporate Governance and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth)
Certifications & Professional Experience
Bar Admissions: CA and USDC for Central District of California, 1995