We represent major secured and unsecured lenders, creditors’ committees, credit enhancement providers, debtors, and various other interested parties in finance transactions, workouts and bankruptcy matters. Clients benefit from our team’s substantial knowledge of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights law and skill in developing creative business strategies.
Our practice covers all aspects of bankruptcy and business restructuring issues involving:
- Asset Purchases & Sales
- Creditors’ Committees
- Customer & Supplier Issues
- Debtor Representation
- Indenture Trustee Representation
- Insolvency Litigation
- Landlord/Real Estate Developer Representation
- Lender Representation
- Lessor/Secured Lender Representation in Equipment Finance Matters
Clients turn to us for representation in commercial and bankruptcy related litigation including fraudulent transfer, preference, breach of fiduciary duty, deepening insolvency and corporate governance issues. Our lawyers serve as workout and bankruptcy counsel for clients in the financial, automotive, construction, manufacturing, steel, real estate, retail, health care and a variety of other sectors. We also offer significant experience in advising on cross-border insolvency and cases under Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code.
A small sample of our experience includes:
- Representing financial institutions in complex workouts, debt restructurings and reorganizations.
- Advising agent banks in syndicated loan restructurings.
- Providing counsel to indenture trustees in large and complex Chapter 11 reorganizations.
- Serving as national coordinating bankruptcy counsel for significant clients, including a number of large manufacturing companies and financial institutions.
- Representing debtors and creditors' committees in Chapter 11 cases.
- Advising court appointed receivers, trustees and assignees for the benefit of creditors.
- Providing counsel to real estate developers in connection with landlord/tenant and partnership/joint venture issues in major Chapter 11 cases.
- Representing purchasers of assets in Section 363 bankruptcy sales.
- Advising clients on how best to position themselves to respond effectively to the financial instability of their customers and suppliers.
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