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Bankruptcy

BANKRUPTCY

When out-of-court negotiations are unsuccessful, or when emergent insolvency demands immediate action, the protection and power of the Federal Bankruptcy Court may be called upon to address business or public-entity insolvency.

 

The U.S. Bankruptcy Code is universally regarded as one of the most well-developed and sophisticated insolvency schemes in the world. It offers both debtors and creditors a comprehensive menu of options for restructuring debt, protecting collateral, proving claims, effecting sales, and obtaining business financing.

 

South Bay Law Firm’s professionals have years of experience before U.S. Bankruptcy Courts and are well-positioned to assist clients in deriving maximum advantage from this statutory scheme.

Michael Good
@southbaylawfirmFeb 17
Recent ruling from the 3d Circuit affecting reclamation claims. https://t.co/yPlyoZiP8D
Michael Good
@southbaylawfirmFeb 10
9th Circuit: Impaired Accepting Class Requirement Applies to Confirmation on a “Per-Plan,” Not a “Per-Debtor” Basis https://t.co/YGYXoJDxDb
Michael Good
@southbaylawfirmFeb 04
- PACA claims:a lien? - 363 v. 365 - Buzz (and controversy) re venue bill. - Intriguing cross-border developments. https://t.co/DcF8HWXzzG