Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy

Overview

We routinely represent creditors and financial institutions, including national, local and community banks, in bankruptcy, commercial and business litigation, lender liability claims, participation disputes and litigation, receiverships, assignments for the benefit of creditors, financial workouts, secured transactions, and commercial lending. In addition, we represent the FDIC and financial institutions as assignees and successors in interest to the FDIC in connection with the administration of loans, financial workouts, bankruptcy, troubled asset management, and the related commercial litigation. 

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In this Litigation Fundamentals with Henry M. Quillian IIIJohn K. Rezac continues the discussion on the impact of bankruptcy law on litigation.

In this Litigation Fundamentals with Henry M. Quillian IIIJohn K. Rezac leads the discussion on the impact of bankruptcy law on litigation, including the scope of the automatic stay, the power of trustees to upset pre-bankruptcy settlement agreements, tolling of limitation periods and risks faced by attorneys and other professionals providing services prior to and following a client's bankruptcy case. 

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