Creditors Rights, Reorganization, and Bankruptcy: A Unique Blend

Our team’s in-depth understanding of bankruptcy and creditors’ right law and unique blend of transactional and litigation services enables us to protect the interests of our clients in an effective and efficient manner. 

We represent secured and unsecured creditors, asset purchasers, trustees and other court-appointed fiduciaries, debtors, and other interested parties in all facets of out-of-court workouts, state and federal reorganizations and liquidations, and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights litigation. 

Our clients include institutional lenders and financial institutions, sureties, general contractors, commercial landlords, asset purchasers, REITS, developers, trade creditors, and other parties seeking to enforce their rights against debtors, guarantors, indemnitors, tenants, and other obligors. 

With a national presence, our team has experience in a wide-array of industries including construction, real estate, government contracts, energy and mining, retail, education, telecommunications, hospitality, automotive, and not-for-profit companies. 

What We Do

We handle a full range of matters for our clients, including:

  • Out-of-court debt restructuring and workouts
  • Negotiating and litigating the terms of debtor-in-possession financing, use of cash collateral, adequate protection and relief from automatic stay
  • Purchasing assets from businesses on the verge of or in bankruptcy
  • Enforcing security interests, liens, and guarantees in federal and state courts
  • Enforcing non-performing loans through receivership and foreclosures
  • Participating in the chapter 11 plan confirmation process, including litigating disclosure statement and plan objections
  • Prosecuting and defending bankruptcy-related litigation, including preference, fraudulent conveyance and other avoidance actions
  • Protecting a creditor’s contract funds from the reach of other creditors
  • Negotiating and litigating lease obligations, both outside of and in the bankruptcy forum
  • Counseling clients on the assumption or rejection of contracts and taking necessary steps to protect their rights, whether through litigation or negotiation