ShapiroCroland bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice is renowned for its ability to handle virtually all aspects of complex commercial and individual bankruptcy matters and bankruptcy litigation. We have extensive experience representing debtors, creditors, trustees and other interested parties in such varied matters as complex Chapter 11 reorganizations, business liquidations, out of court workouts and bankruptcy litigation matters. In addition, members of our firm have been selected by state court judges as receivers, provisional directors and fiscal agents of numerous entities.
With regard to our representation of debtors, we assist individuals and financially troubled business entities in evaluating their options. We are involved with asset sales, debtor-in-possession and other financing and debt restructuring. Our experience and understanding of the bankruptcy laws enables our attorneys to provide sound advice to its clients and enables our clients to fully evaluate the risks, benefits, challenges and opportunities available in restructuring proceedings. Our attorneys work closely with our clients to assist in determining whether bankruptcy furthers their long-term and short-term goals and in implementing their objectives.
With regard to our representation of creditors, ShapiroCroland is routinely requested to assist unsecured and secured creditors, including landlords, trade creditors, institutional lenders, vendors and ex-spouses, in preserving and enforcing their rights and claims against the bankruptcy estate.
Our bankruptcy and creditors’ rights attorneys are also highly experienced in handling all aspects of complex litigation for debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, and trustees. Litigation we handle includes preference, fraudulent conveyance and equitable subordination actions, objections to discharge, non-dischargeability claims, debtor-in-possession financing and cash collateral disputes, claim objection and resolution, relief from automatic stay motions, adequate protection motions, contested disclosure statements and litigation relating to proposed reorganization plans, asset sale disputes and director and officer liability litigation.