Mark A. Roney

Mark A. Roney

Princeton, NJ
  • Mark A. Roney is counsel in the Princeton, NJ office of Hill Wallack LLP, where he is a member of the Creditors’ Rights and Complex Litigation practice groups.

    Mr. Roney concentrates his practice in  and creditors’ rights/bankruptcy, financial services, banking litigation, and complex commercial litigation.

    Mr. Roney is admitted to practice in New Jersey (2001). He earned his J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law and his B.A. in Government, from Skidmore College.

    Outside of the office, in addition to spending time with his family, Mr. Roney enjoys watching sports and rooting for the New York Yankees, New York Giants, New Jersey Devils, and Everton FC. Mr. Roney also enjoys playing golf and visiting New Jersey’s craft breweries.

    Representative Matters
    • Mr. Roney represents national and regional banks in litigation involving various claims including commercial loan defaults, commercial and residential foreclosures, deposit account agreements, negotiable instruments, lending practices and consumer fraud
    • He represents creditors and other interested parties in all phases of bankruptcy proceedings in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 cases, including claims filing, stay relief, proposed treatment of creditors’ claims and contesting confirmation
    • He advises a large commercial landlord in Ch. 11 bankruptcy cases throughout the country
    • Mr. Roney has represented clients, both plaintiffs and defendants, in preference and avoidance actions in bankruptcy court
    • Mr. Roney has represented an equipment distributor and manufacturer in products liability matters involving significant exposure
    • Member, New Jersey State Bar Association – Banking Law and Bankruptcy Law Sections
    • MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce, former Co-Chair East Windsor Chapter (March 2015 – March 2018)
    • East Windsor Township Economic Development Board, former member (October 2015 – December 2017)
    • East Windsor Zoning Board of Adjustment, former member (2003-2004)