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Creditors’ Rights and Representation Attorneys

Helping Financial Institutions, Asset Based Lenders, and Leasing Companies

Through our value-added approach, our clients reap the benefits of the Big City Firm talent and experience our attorneys have acquired handling sophisticated business and loan transactions for major clients, while receiving services at a more cost-efficient, highly competitive fee structure.

We have represented companies in the equipment leasing and finance industry which is comprised of finance companies, asset based lenders, banking institutions, factors and private lenders of all different sizes. Our services range from representing creditors, landlords, Chapter 7 Trustees and creditors’ committees in bankruptcy cases and out-of-court workouts, the defense of preference litigation, the recovery and liquidation of assets and handling all aspects of litigation relating to loan and lease agreements. Recently, we successfully handled the sale of the assets of a major international bicycle designer and manufacturer, obtaining several millions of dollars more for the assets than the company could have obtained on its own. The funds that were raised were sufficient enough to pay the secured lender in full.

Our combined bankruptcy and litigation experience allows us to maximize our clients’ recovery in defaulting loan and/or lease transactions. Our forensic experience from representing Chapter 7 Trustees distinguishes us from most other firms. The recalcitrant debtor has nowhere to hide.

We are actively involved in several business organizations and associations including the Commercial Finance Association, Turnaround Management Association and Institute of Management Accountants.

Is your business owed money, or otherwise affected by the bankruptcy or financial difficulty of another?

If you have a lien, are owed money by another business or if someone you do business with declares bankruptcy, your business can be affected.

But just because another business declares bankruptcy does not automatically mean that you will lose your money or your goods. As a creditor, you have rights, and we can help you assert them and maximize recovery or leverage the situation to your advantage. If you or your business is affected by the bankruptcy or financial difficulty of a vendor, supplier, customer or business partner, do not agonize over what to do or try to wade through the bankruptcy information yourself. We can help.

If your business is being affected by the financial difficulties of a vendor, supplier or other business, call us at 516-228-3553.