The Finn Dixon & Herling Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganizations practice is a fully integrated, cross-disciplinary practice group. We approach each matter individually and may involve lawyers from our litigation, private equity, debt financing, M&A, employee benefits and tax teams, depending on the circumstances.
As part of this cross-disciplinary approach, we have extensive experience across a wide variety of industries and have handled matters across the United States, including but not limited to in New York, Delaware, California, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio and Oklahoma.
Our Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganizations practice represents private equity clients in all aspects of transactions with and related to distressed companies. These matters include representing private equity clients in opportunistic acquisitions of distressed companies, in the negotiation and implementation of global solutions for recapitalizing over-leveraged portfolio companies, and in maximizing value – and minimizing exposure – from distressed investments. Representative matters include:
Our Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganizations practice represents lenders at all levels of the capital structure. The group represents DIP lenders, senior secured lenders, second lien lenders, and mezzanine lenders, whether as agents or participating lenders. Representative matters include:
Our Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganizations group represents participants in all forms of distressed sales and acquisitions, including in sales consummated pursuant to section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code, Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, receiverships and assignments for the benefit of creditors. Representative matters include:
Our Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganizations group participates in all levels of litigation surrounding distressed companies, including claims relating to fiduciary duties, fraudulent conveyances, and preferences, whether brought in bankruptcy court, state court, or federal district court. Our professionals represent both commercial and individual defendants in connection with bankruptcies or otherwise distressed companies. Representative matters include:
Our Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganizations practice represents substantially all other participants in any distressed circumstance. Our professionals have represented boards of directors with respect to fiduciary duties, individual companies with respect to the bankruptcy of corporate relatives, and various institutions and individuals with respect to claims against and by distressed companies. Representative matters include: