Robbin Itkin is a Partner in Liner’s Business Transactions & Restructuring Group and is sought after as an attorney, mediator, trustee and advisor to protect the financial interests of her clients in new and troubled transactions. Her high profile clients include entertainers, producers, directors, writers and athletes to company CEOs and board members, and private and public companies in the entertainment, sports, real estate, hospitality, manufacturing, energy, retail, transportation and other industries. Robbin successfully has restructured billions of dollars of debt in out of court restructurings and in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and has been recognized by the Century City Bar Association, which named her “Bankruptcy Lawyer of the Year” for 2013. From advising start-ups on how to remain financially strong to resolving financially distressed situations and opportunistically acquiring assets for clients out of bankruptcies, Robbin advises clients throughout the lifecycle of their businesses and personal journies. Her compassion for her clients was recognized and written about by the New York Times and her skills have been noted by many leading publications, including Southern California Super Lawyers (among the Top 100 Southern California Lawyers and among the Top 50 Women Southern California Lawyers), and Best Lawyers in America.
Robbin, in her role as the appointed Chapter 11 Trustee in the Ritter Ranch case, in which she successfully sold the largest area of undeveloped property in Los Angeles County, was featured in the Bankruptcy Court Decisions Weekly News & Comment article, "Chapter 11 Trustee's Work Eases California Housing Shortage," as well as other articles.
Robbin has appeared on NBC's Los Angeles affiliate, discussing her representation of season ticket holders in the Los Angeles Dodgers bankruptcy case. She has also offered commentary on other television news outlets, including NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, the Today Show, where she spoke on women in the workplace, and C-SPAN, where she interviewed US Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy.