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.
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
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.