Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice
Lawyers in the Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice Area provide comprehensive services in the insolvency and distressed business contexts, for businesses suffering financial distress, and for their owners and managers. We also offer comprehensive services to chapter 11 and 7 debtors, creditors' committees, equity committees, chapter 11 and chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees, secured and unsecured creditors, purchasers in bankruptcy sales, investors in distressed assets and securities, and parties in bankruptcy litigation, including preference and other avoidance actions.
Fox's Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice Area includes highly experienced attorneys dedicated to practicing in all areas of business and corporate reorganizations, bankruptcy law and litigation, commercial litigation and work-outs. The practice covers all facets of bankruptcy law and litigation including the representation of debtors in chapter 11 and 7 cases as both general and special counsel, major secured and unsecured creditors in chapter 11 and chapter 7 cases, unsecured creditors' committees, equity committees, chapter 11 and 7 trustees, and investors seeking to capitalize on insolvency opportunities.
The practice is anchored by a group of seasoned attorneys who possess a wealth of knowledge and experience in this area and who leverage that experience to develop and implement practical solutions.
Fox has a strong presence, and noteworthy familiarity with, the bankruptcy courts in Delaware, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, and our lawyers have represented the firm's clients in many courts throughout the United States. Our attorneys can offer a full-service representation and address even the most complex issues arising in connection with bankruptcy and insolvency matters because we draw upon the support and knowledge of the other attorneys in the multitude of disciplines within the firm.
Let our experience and pragmatic approach guide you through whatever bankruptcy issues or financial distress your company encounters.