Bankruptcy— As part of our business and commercial law practice, Carlson Boyd represents individuals, businesses, bankruptcy trustees, creditor committees, and other commercial clients in bankruptcy proceedings. We represent both debtors and creditors in the following matters:
•Chapter 11 and 12 reorganizations
•Assignments for the benefit of creditors
•Workouts and debt restructuring
•Litigation involving leases and contracts
•Cash collateral stipulations
•Automatic stay litigation
Our bankruptcy attorneys take a practical approach to bankruptcy and debtor-creditor transactions, recognizing the cost and risk of litigation, and the significant value of a speedy resolution of disputes. We begin with a thorough review of the loan, sale, or lease transaction involved, analyzing credit and collateral risks, the possibility of counterclaims, defenses, and the likelihood of a timely and cost effective litigation remedy. Our attorneys then develop and implement a litigation strategy, while simultaneously pursuing reasonable negotiated settlements. We believe that our approach of pursuing both litigation and appropriate negotiation strategies, maximizes benefits to clients, while reducing both legal expense and litigation risks. For further information about our bankruptcy practice, please contact Carlson Boyd today.