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ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF CREDITORS

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Bankruptcy and Restructuring attorneys at Till Law are recognized as leading practitioners not only in California but throughout the country.  We represent clients in regional, national, and cross-border insolvency matters whether they involve creditors, debtors and/or investors. 

 

Our attorneys have handled everything from out-of-court workouts and restructurings to complex bankruptcy court proceedings in limited or multiple jurisdictions.  Past representations have included debtors, secured and unsecured lenders, banking institutions, creditors’ committees, equity holders, indenture trustees, real property or equipment lessors, trustees, and purchasers.  Our bankruptcy and restructuring work routinely includes:

 

  • Corporate Reorganization and Liquidation

  • Debtor Representations in Chapter 11, Subchapter V and Chapter 7

  • First Lien, Second Lien, and Unsecured Creditor Representations in Chapter 11

  • Creditor’s Committee & Bondholder Representations in Chapter 11

  • Private Equity, Hedge Fund and Other Investor Representations in Distressed Debt and Asset Acquisitions

  • Asset-based and Real Estate Lender Representations in foreclosures, workouts, and restructurings

  • Bankruptcy Trustee Representations in Asset Collection and/or Liquidation

  • Cross-border Insolvency Counsel and Representations

  • Trade Creditor Negotiations

  • Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors

 

When providing counsel to creditors, we have negotiated the restructure of ultra-high-end loans, bonds, debentures, and securities and represented clients in actions against or brought by debtors, trustees and statutory committees in bankruptcy cases, receiverships, and assignments.  

 

Whether in or out of the courtroom, our bankruptcy and restructuring attorneys have extensive experience working on behalf of some of the top financial institutions and companies in the country to ensure these matters are handled with the skill, integrity, and discretion they deserve. 

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