Robert N. Sensale

Robert N. Sensale practices in the areas of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, commercial and residential real estate, commercial and civil litigation and general business law.

Mr. Sensale has extensive experience representing creditors in all types of bankruptcy matters. He has represented creditors in connection with complex preference matters, lifting the automatic stay, fraudulent transfer litigation, contested use of cash collateral, adequate protection litigation, lien-stripping litigation, assumption and rejection of executory contracts, discharge and dischargeability matters, claims litigation and plan confirmation issues.

Mr. Sensale has experience in appellate practice. He has written numerous briefs and has argued before the Appellate Court on many occasions.

Mr. Sensale also has extensive experience in commercial and residential real estate. He has represented clients in numerous real estate transactions including sales, refinances, purchases and leases.

Mr. Sensale’s litigation experience involves real estate issues including foreclosure, summary process and other landlord-tenant disputes.

Mr. Sensale is admitted to practice in Connecticut in both state and federal court. He received his B.A. in Political Science from Providence College in 1988 and his J.D. from Quinnipiac College School of Law in 1991.