The firm’s bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice has extensive experience representing both debtors and creditors in enforcing their respective rights and structuring and restructuring their debtor-creditor relationships and related financial and business transactions.

The firm’s bankruptcy practice focuses on Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, creditor representations and bankruptcy litigation. Firm attorneys have had extensive experience representing clients in major and middle market business, commercial and real estate bankruptcy, workout and reorganization matters, in court and outside of court. A broad and diverse scope of work includes representation of creditors (secured and unsecured), Chapter 11 debtors-in-possession, troubled companies, creditors’ committees, trustees and prospective purchasers of assets from companies in bankruptcy. Bankruptcy litigation experience has included defending and pursuing preference and fraudulent transfer claims.

For more information about our Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights practice, please contact any of the attorneys listed below.

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