The Bankruptcy Court is a microcosm of all other aspects of commercial law. An individual or corporation arrives in the Bankruptcy Court with its own assortment of issues. Contracts, lien rights, employment disputes, collections, and franchise issues, to name a few, are all part of the competing claims asserted in a typical bankruptcy case. As part of resolving these claims, the Bankruptcy Court often presides over sophisticated litigation. The various rights of both debtors and creditors need to be sorted out and resolved, in the most economical manner possible. The ability to do so in a practical, efficient and experienced manner is what gives our attorneys their esteemed reputation
The firm’s bankruptcy group consists of both a commercial practice group and a consumer practice group. Our commercial practice group represents business debtors, trustees, creditors and committees in all aspects of business bankruptcies. We are also highly experienced in insolvency related litigation. Our organization, experience and technology also enable us to maintain a strong consumer bankruptcy practice, representing all manner of creditors in individual debtor’s bankruptcy cases.
Whether the bankruptcy case involves sophisticated international businesses or individuals, our clients receive the guidance they need at the time they most need it.