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What We Do

Bankruptcy, Restructuring, & Creditor’s Rights

Our robust experience and creative solutions help preserve our clients’ interests through any bankruptcy proceeding. We represent national and local businesses, financial institutions, individuals, bankruptcy trustees, and third parties in all aspects of bankruptcy reorganization and liquidation. Our team invests considerable time in learning about our clients’ personal and business needs in order to tailor our unique skills and wide-ranging strategies to maximize asset preservation or recovery. In doing so, we continuously bolster our holistic understanding of bankruptcy procedure and strategy.


  • Chapter 11 Reorganization
  • Chapter 7 Liquidation
  • Preference litigation
  • Fraudulent transfer litigation
  • Lien avoidance
  • Purchases and sales of assets from bankruptcy estates
  • Stay relief litigation
  • Debtor-in-possession financing
  • Creditor protection regarding the use of cash collateral and preservation of secured interests
  • Dischargeability litigation
  • Lien priority disputes
  • Plan confirmation challenges (negotiating, objecting to and seeking confirmation of plans of reorganization)
  • Claims litigation

Our Team

Andrew Harnisch


Andrew S. Lishko


Devin Sreecharana


Eric Moats


Grant Cartwright


John Carter


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