Workshop Session C7:
The ABC’s of Receiverships
Partner / Adjunct Law Faculty
Genovese Joblove & Battista, P.A. / University of Miami School of Law
Amir A. Isaiah is a partner at the Miami-based law firm of Genovese Joblove & Battista, where he focuses his practice in the areas of receivership, fiduciary services, and litigation consulting. Amir routinely acts as a Receiver for both federal and state courts to marshal, manage, operate, preserve, safeguard, restructure, and/or liquidate various types of businesses, distressed real estate, and other troubled assets. He has been appointed receiver, curator, monitor and/or assignee by more than 35 different courts. Amir is a member of the adjunct law faculty at the University of Miami School of Law and is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator. Amir is a co-author of the recently enacted Florida Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act (March 2020). He is also a frequent guest speaker, panelist and moderator on the subject of receiverships, the role of fiduciaries, and converging issue between bankruptcy and receiverships.Amir received dual master of laws (LL.M.) degrees in real estate development and taxation, with a certification in International Taxation, from the University of Miami School of Law.Amir has taught Bankruptcy Law, Insurance Law, and Special Topics: Receiverships, at Florida International University College of Law, and presently teaches a co-created course entitled: "Problem Solving in Real Estate Development" for the Real Property Development Masters of Laws (LL.M.) Program at the University of Miami School of Law.