Creditors' Rights, Insolvency & Bankruptcy
For troubled businesses, their creditors and other interested parties, bankruptcy can provide a strategic opportunity to address a wide range of complex financial and legal concerns. The Creditors' Rights, Insolvency & Bankruptcy attorneys of Much Shelist work with clients to assess the numerous alternatives available to them, and to pursue efficient, sophisticated solutions that can help minimize losses, resolve disputes and increase the likelihood of successful outcomes.
A primary practice strength is our significant experience representing all parties involved in bankruptcies, workouts, turnarounds and restructurings. By understanding the concerns and expectations of distressed businesses, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors' committees, trustees, acquirers and others, we are able to quickly identify, negotiate and implement strategies that can achieve our clients' objectives more effectively.
Over the years, we have developed a broad network of local and national resources, including lenders, turnaround specialists, valuation experts and other advisors, to whom we can turn as specific needs and opportunities arise. Within the firm, we stress a team approach, tapping the strengths and skills of attorneys in other practice groups to provide coordinated, seamless guidance on issues that may develop during bankruptcy proceedings or business restructurings. As a result, we provide cost-effective service that balances the pressing financial concerns of our clients with their need for sophisticated counsel.
We represent a broad range of clients, including banks, investors, manufacturers, retailers and suppliers that, taken together, are typical of the region's economy. In particular, we provide counsel on behalf of acquirers, auctioneers and liquidators, creditors' committees, debtors, secured and unsecured lenders, and bankruptcy trustees.
Follow the links below for more information on our Creditors' Rights, Insolvency & Bankruptcy group:
Acquirers of Financially Distressed Businesses
Bankruptcy Auctioneers & Liquidators
Debtors in Bankruptcy Proceedings & Workouts
Fraudulent Transfer & Preference Actions
Secured & Unsecured Lenders