The firm’s Financial Restructuring, Reorganization and Bankruptcy practice group represents financial institutions, corporate creditors, distressed companies, corporate debtors, and creditor constituency groups, such as secured lender groups, unsecured creditor organizations and unsecured creditors’ committees and bondholder groups. Collectively, the lawyers in the practice group have appeared and practiced in virtually every federal jurisdiction in the United States. Our bankruptcy practice involves all aspects of corporate debtor, creditor and constituent group representations. Members of the practice group work closely with members of complimentary practices such as Banking, Real Estate, Environmental, Tax, Mergers and Acquisitions, General Corporate and Litigation, allowing an efficient and thorough, multi-disciplinary value-added approach to legal problem solving.
Representative Areas of Practice
- Secured Lender/Creditor Rights
- Debtor-in-Possession Financing
- Unsecured Creditors’ Rights
- Official and Ad Hoc Creditors’ Committees
- Bondholders and Trustees
- Non-bankruptcy Corporate Financial Restructuring
- Non-bankruptcy Secured and Unsecured Credit Restructuring and Workouts
- Corporate Debtors and Debtors-in-Possession
- Distressed Assets and Corporate Mergers and Acquisition
Counsel to the Official Unsecured Creditors’ Committee in the following sampling of cases: Union Financial Services Group, Inc., et al.; Apex/Clark Oil, Inc.; Jones Truck Lines, Inc.; and Wehrenberg Theaters.
Counsel to corporate debtors in the following sampling of cases: lendnetwork.com Corporation; NHB, Inc.; BSW, Inc.; Metro Manufacturing, Inc.; and PenUltima, Inc.
Counsel to the lender/bank/note holders groups in the following sampling of cases: Thermadyne, Inc.; Interco, Inc.; and Balsam/Astroturf Industries, Inc.
Representation of the City of St. Louis in the Trans World Airlines, Inc. and U.S. Airways, Inc. bankruptcies.
Additional significant creditor representations in the following sampling of cases: Kmart; Enron; MCI/Worldcom; Global Crossing; Bridge Information Systems; Farmland Industries, Inc.; Cummins Utilities; Great Northern Paper Company; Vanguard Airlines; and PennTraffic, Inc.