Lewis Glasser’s bankruptcy and insolvency practice group engages in all aspects of commercial bankruptcy practice including the representation of companies restructuring in Chapter 11, trustees, creditor committees, trade creditors and secured parties.
Frequently, the firm represents acquisition parties, investors and other parties who seek to acquire assets or companies in Chapter 11 sales, auctions or under plans of reorganization. We also represent lenders and investment bankers who provide financing or equity investment to companies in Chapter 11. Finally, the firm regularly engages in the representation of parties who are the subject of preference and similar litigation initiated in bankruptcy proceedings.
The firm’s practice includes many other areas of representation for distressed businesses outside of the bankruptcy context. This representation often involves representation of lenders and debtors through work-out, restructuring and refinancing efforts to avoid bankruptcy or foreclosure. In order to effectively service clients, other practice groups are often involved to provide industry specific solutions involving real estate development, energy assets, manufacturing concerns or retail and service businesses.
The firm’s many years of practice in bankruptcy and insolvency matters have resulted in numerous reported federal opinions on bankruptcy matters. Experience with the courts and relationships with key parties within all industry groups, combined with lawyers in the firm who have extensive experience provide clients a distinct advantage in receiving timely and cost effective services.