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Initial Risk Factors

INITIAL RISK FACTORS

Mighty floods often begin as a mere trickle.

 

Changes in customer demand, obsolete process or equipment, mounting legacy costs or environmental liabilities, protracted labor disputes, a shifting competitive dynamic, significant litigation – these and other factors can lead to recurring losses.  If not properly addressed, these losses may soon place a business or a public entity in extremis.

 

Careful analysis and decisive action during the initial stage of the insolvency process can make an enormous amount of difference in the overall outcome.  South Bay Law Firm will work closely with clients – and with our carefully selected restructuring and financing partners – to ultimately achieve optimal positioning in this crucial early stage.

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