Project Overview

Corporate Creditor Representation

Bankruptcy / Business

We frequently represent large corporate creditors in bankruptcy reorganization cases. This includes secured and unsecured lenders, lessors and vendors. Representation of other types of bankruptcy is also available.

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We have represented both small businesses and major corporations for over 25 years nationwide on issues regarding:
  • The rights of lessors of computer hardware and licensors of software
  • The litigation of financing agreements versus true leases
  • Defense of claims made against corporate officers and directors by a Trustee
  • Pursuit of administrative claims
  • Asset sales as related to the transfer of technology
  • Defense of breach of contract suits
  • Defense of complex preference and fraudulent transfer suits

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Here are some specific examples of how we have represented clients in the past:
  • A security service company in over 25 separate claims as a creditor in various bankruptcy matters all over the nation.
  • An international energy corporation as a creditor on a variety of bankruptcy matters throughout the United States.
  • A national chain of automotive service centers on various matters over several years as a creditor in their customers’ bankruptcies.
  • Working with conjunct law firms in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex which do not have a bankruptcy expertise, representing their clients in complex bankruptcy cases.
  • Representing law firms where a malpractice action was threatened as a result of work done in a bankruptcy.
  • Assistance to out-of-state offices of national law firms as local counsel in representation of their client in adversary proceedings or state court matters pending in Texas.