BANKRUPTCY, INSOLVENCY, AND CREDITORS' RIGHTS

Bankruptcy, insolvency and creditors’ rights have been at the core of our practice throughout the past three decades. Our principals have extensive experience and refined skill in areas such as commercial bankruptcy, business reorganization and creditors’ rights. Curran Antonelli represents a broad range of businesses and corporate entities, private equity funds, as well as governmental agencies and other interested parties in all phases of the bankruptcy process and in bankruptcy related transactions and litigation, debt restructuring and out-of-court workouts. In addition to acting for distressed businesses and entities across all types of business sectors in their insolvency restructurings, our attorneys regularly represent major banks, financial institutions, trustees and creditors, as well as parties in commercial transactions resulting from insolvencies and restructuring, including liquidators and auctioneers, purchasers of assets and providers of debtor in possession financing.

As advocates and trusted business advisors, our well-established foundation of knowledge and understanding of our clients’ business interests, enables our attorneys to deliver unparalleled individualized attention to our clients of all sizes with their litigation and corporate transactional needs. Our areas of expertise include insolvency restructurings, insolvency filings and litigation, cross-border insolvencies, and enforcement of creditors’ rights.

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