Bankruptcy & Business Reorganization
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The effects of a large-scale disaster inevitably strain the financial resources of individuals and businesses. We regularly represent clients in both the transactional and litigation aspects of business reorganizations, bankruptcy, and creditor-debtor matters, and we have experience assisting clients with such issues following a disaster.

In the bankruptcy and workout arena, our attorneys act as advocates and counselors for a broad range of clients, including debtors, trustees, DIP lenders, secured and unsecured creditors, official and ad hoc creditor and bondholder committees, and indenture trustees. We routinely litigate bankruptcy matters including avoidance actions, adequate protection and cash collateral issues, executory contract assumptions and rejections, confirmations of reorganization plans, and discharge and dischargeability complaints.

Outside of bankruptcy, our transactional attorneys render substantive non-consolidation and true sale opinions in structured finance transactions. We also assist clients in acquiring troubled or bankrupt companies or their key assets. Our litigators handle non-bankruptcy traditional creditors' rights matters, such as state and federal court foreclosures of real estate, personal property, intellectual property, and leasehold estates.