BANKRUPTCY AND CREDITORS’ RIGHTS
B&E’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights attorneys represent debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees, bankruptcy trustees and examiners, asset purchasers, and other parties affected by financial insolvency issues in business reorganization cases. We provide comprehensive and resourceful counsel regarding complex issues that arise under the unique circumstances of each case. Drawing upon our bankruptcy lawyers’ broad experience, as well as the diverse legal specialties of colleagues throughout the firm, we provide our clients with creative, practical and cost-effective solutions in bankruptcy proceedings and out-of court workouts.
We represent companies and their owners, officers, directors and managers; individuals; insurers; banks, and other financial institutions with regard to matters occurring before and after the commencement of a bankruptcy case. We also have considerable experience representing employee benefit plan sponsors and other interested parties in the context of bankruptcy.
Bailey & Ehrenberg’s lawyers have considerable experience in defending against attempts by creditors’ committees, debtors and trustees to avoid transactions alleged to be fraudulent, inequitable, or preferential. We defend adversary proceedings and objections to claims and attempts to force the disposition of property. In addition, we represent clients in actions brought against officers and directors, licensed professionals and others named as defendants in actions brought in the bankruptcy courts.