Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring Trustworthy Advice
The complexities of bankruptcy and financial restructuring require proactive measures that address major current and potential legal ramifications. Serving routinely as bankruptcy counsel in national cases, our team is recognized across the country for its ability to negotiate and structure realistic business resolutions for complicated and often stressful proceedings both in and out of court. The firm has played a major role in representing clients in some of the largest bankruptcy cases in the United States.
Our attorneys have built their practices in traditional corporate law, litigation, and commercial finance, giving them a sturdy foundational understanding of the business and attendant legal issues their clients face. We bring the most cost-effective and pragmatic solutions to companies engaged in major bankruptcy or workout situations by enlisting selective support from the firm’s attorneys working in litigation, finance, real estate, intellectual property, and corporate areas of law. Our diverse client base includes:
- Creditors’ Committees
- Indenture Trustees
- Statutory & Plan Trustees
- Equity Committees
- Purchasers & Prospective Purchasers
- Major Trade Creditors & Critical Vendors
- Majority Shareholders
Many stakeholders dealing with large, troubled projects find the best course lies in the engagement of national counsel to represent their interests. Kilpatrick frequently serves as national counsel; in this role, we oversee an entire process with a full understanding of our client’s culture and needs so we can best protect their most important interests.
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