Our Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Team represents both secured and unsecured creditors in all aspects of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights matters, including the negotiation of plans of reorganization; litigation concerning confirmation of disputed plans of reorganization; liquidation plans; prepackaged plans; representation of creditor and bondholder committees; cram-down litigation; litigation involving unexpired leases and executory contracts; defense of fraudulent transfer and preference claims; representation and litigation in Ponzi scheme cases; debtor-in-possession financing; valuation proceedings; post-petition financing; acquisitions of stock and assets; asset sales; going-out-of-business sales; automatic stay litigation; objections to discharge; and bankruptcy appeals.
In addition, we have handled complex foreclosure actions on all types of commercial properties, including shopping centers, hotels, office buildings, apartment complexes, restaurants, assisted living facilities, nursing homes and agricultural properties.
We represent multi-state lenders and holders of securitized loans in lender liability claims, receiverships and rent sequestration issues.
Our attorneys regularly appear in both state and federal courts on many other creditor/debtor issues, including pre-judgment remedies such as replevin, garnishment and attachment. We also assist our clients in post-judgment execution, including the domestication and enforcement of judgments of other states and foreign countries, and prosecuting fraudulent transfer claims.
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