Creditor and Investor Representations

Financial distress and bankruptcy of your customers or investments require close monitoring and prompt action to maximize your recovery.

Our Bankruptcy and Business Restructuring lawyers have represented unsecured creditors in different types of cases. We have represented creditors on their own, represented groups of similarly aligned unsecured creditors and also represented them in their service on official creditors’ committees.

In that regard, we have assisted unsecured creditors in dealing with the impact of “first day motions,” “critical vendor” and reclamation programs as well as assisting in evaluating requests by debtors to provide post-petition trade credit. Should unsecured creditors become targets for “preference litigation,” our bankruptcy litigation experience is also available to assist in that defense.

Please visit the following pages to learn more about the services we offer to Unsecured Creditors and Trade Vendors:

  • Trade Vendor and Supplier Representation
  • Creditors’ Committee and Informal Creditor Groups
  • Involuntary Bankruptcy Collections

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