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Creditors Rights and Bankruptcy

We represent and counsel our business clients in connection with a broad range of financial issues. Although we have represented and advised financially troubled business entities, our practice primarily focuses on the creditor side of the equation. We represent both secured and unsecured creditors, and in that capacity, we assist in documenting and interpreting creditor agreements, securing and perfecting creditor lien rights and other rights in collateral, and in enforcing those rights. Among other enforcement remedies, we represent our clients with respect to judgments, garnishments, attachments, receiverships, foreclosures, and the recovery of fraudulent transfers.

The firm also has extensive experience in all types of bankruptcy proceedings, including the representation of parties involved in Chapter 11 reorganizations. We represent secured and unsecured creditors, equity security holders, creditors' committees, trustees, lenders, landlords, equipment lessors, and all types of commercial creditors, and have previously represented commercial debtors in Chapter 11 reorganizations. We have significant experience in the litigation of every type of business bankruptcy dispute, including bankruptcy litigation involving stay relief, cash collateral, reclamation, setoff, the appointment of trustees and examiners, valuation issues, asset sales, confirmation issues, cram-downs, executory contracts, debtor-in- possession financing, preferences, fraudulent conveyances, other avoidance actions, equitable subordination, and dischargeability.

Creditor Rights and Bankruptcy Attorneys

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