Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights Litigation


Litigation: Bankruptcy & Creditor's Rights


Time is money.


When a financial dispute arises, banks and other lenders have specific needs that must be addressed in a timely and cost-effective manner. DRM 's Bankruptcy & Creditor's Rights team is comprised of experienced litigators who are prepared to handle enforcement of loans and related litigation in or out of bankruptcy, with the support of transactional lawyers experienced in structuring, negotiating, and restructuring complex loan transactions.


Bankruptcy and Insolvency - Representation of secured and unsecured creditors and other interested parties (such as landlords) in all aspects of reorganization and liquidation proceedings, including prosecution of claims, relief from stay, sales of assets, and the prosecution and defense of adversary litigation. Our attorneys have experience in federal bankruptcy court, state court, insurer insolvencies, and state court receiverships.


Andre Bouffard - Banking and Creditor's Rights Litigation


Loan Workouts and Restructuring - Representation of lenders in workouts of distressed real estate and commercial loans. Our attorneys analyze relevant loan and financial documents, consider any permitting and environmental issues, and work with the lender to develop and implement a strategy tailored to the lender's objectives.


Lender Liability Defense - Representation of lenders in a variety of lender liability actions in all state and federal courts. Our attorneys also counsel lenders on documentation and loan enforcement issues to minimize the risk of lender liability exposure.


Complex Foreclosure Litigation - Complex foreclosure litigation and related permitting, environmental and condominium law issues. We frequently represent lenders in the enforcement of security interests under the UCC.


See also Business Law - Financial Services


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To discuss a bankruptcy or creditor's rights matter contact Andre Bouffard.


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