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Our nationally recognized attorneys in the firm's Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Group assist debtors and creditors to effectively confront and solve insolvency related issues efficiently and pragmatically.
Navigating effectively through the complex realm of bankruptcy and insolvency law requires an experienced, steady hand. It takes more than just knowing the rules of the game. Foresight, creativity, pragmatism and tenacity are all necessary components of success. The attorneys in our Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Group represent debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, committees, financial institutions, bankruptcy trustees, and asset purchasers. Our attorneys have broad-based experience to apply efficient and pragmatic solutions to legal challenges facing our clients in bankruptcy court proceedings.
We work with clients at the outset of the engagement to define the scope of our representation, their goals, the available options, and the budgetary and risk implications of each option. We offer Straight Talk to our clients to ensure there are no surprises.
Some of the specific areas of expertise in our bankruptcy and insolvency group include:
In addition to the specialized bankruptcy skills, a number of our Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights lawyers have extensive knowledge in finance, business practices and commercial transactions. We routinely draw on this expertise in corporate and business law to advise clients on the effect non-bankruptcy issues have on achieving a successful result.
Our attorneys frequently speak at seminars across the country hosted by such organizations as the American Bar Association and the American Bankruptcy Institute. At least one member of our group has been certified as business bankruptcy specialist by the American Board of Certification.
We offer top-shelf legal talent without top-shelf expense. Our lawyers can help you navigate the complexities of bankruptcy and insolvency law with precision and dedication.