Creditors' Rights

In a group where partners average more than 30 years of experience, our Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy team has the experience to guide you. Among our practitioners, we have experience in “troubled loan” issues, restructurings, and workouts and bankruptcies.

We provide counsel in identifying problem loans to debt restructurings, workouts, foreclosures and bankruptcies.

Creditors’ Rights Litigation

We have the versatility and resolve to handle disputes in an area that is increasingly complex. Clients call on our litigation experience to handle actions in real estate, commercial lending and corporate finance. Whether it involves a property foreclosure or a troubled loan, our attorneys are experienced at handling creditor or debtor issues in state and federal courts. This includes pre-judgment remedies and post-judgment actions such as:

  • lender liability claims
  • receivorships
  • rent sequestration issues
  • replevin
  • garnishments
  • attachment
  • prosecuting fraudulent transfer claims
  • enforcing judgments of other states and countries

Loan Workouts

Our standing in the financial services industry is a testament to our work for banks and lenders. We understand the critical issues that affect our clients and work to neutralize them with innovative techniques and solid strategies.

We handle:

  • loan workouts and modifications
  • restructurings
  • bankruptcy alternatives
  • market analysis
  • security realization
  • reorganization
  • capital infusion
  • development alternatives for property acquired through foreclosure


When a company is in distress, our attorneys set a plan in motion. Our work in this area is tied to secured and unsecured creditors, creditor committees and trustees in Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcies.

Actions include:

  • plans of reorganization
  • Reaffirmation Agreements
  • debtor-in-possession financing agreements
  • cash collateral orders
  • stay relief litigation
  • avoidance actions (including preference and fraudulent transfer actions)
  • challenges to disclosure statements and plans of reorganization
  • claims objections litigation
  • issues concerning litigation
  • issues concerning unexpired leases and executory contracts



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