h3gm's attorneys help businesses restructure debts out-of-court and in Chapter 11 bankruptcies. Some clients need our lawyers help in dealing with a single, major creditor; others are public companies that have thousands of creditors and need to make fundamental changes to their businesses, often by down-sizing or selling unproductive assets. Whatever the need, our business bankruptcy attorneys are prepared to handle every aspect of a debtor’s reorganization.
In addition to our representation of debtors, our bankruptcy lawyers regularly represents creditors including official committees, landlords, trustees, governmental taxing authorities and other interested parties in bankruptcy cases and bankruptcy-related lawsuits. We provide full service to lenders needing help with troubled loans including foreclosures, collection actions and the negotiation and documentation of workouts, as well as representation in bankruptcy cases. We also represent clients who want to purchase assets or entire businesses from bankrupt entities.
Our bankruptcy litigation practice often involves the defense and prosecution of complex lawsuits arising under bankruptcy and related state and federal laws on behalf of debtors, creditors’ committees and other parties.
We believe that representing clients with different perspectives in the reorganization process gives us insights not available to firms that limit their representation to only creditors or debtors. The breadth of our practice also means that our bankruptcy and reorganization attorneys know what issues are likely to arise in the course of any representation and, more importantly, have the experience necessary to resolve those issues favorably.
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