Bankruptcy Lawyers Who Have Your Back
Bankruptcy cases involve many complexities and variables which often can be resolved only through litigation. Clients turn to us because of our experience representing defendants in preference, fraudulent transfer and turnover litigation. We act on behalf of bankruptcy panel trustees in chapter 7 cases recovering assets for unpaid creditors. Our experience in chapter 11 reorganizations enables us to effectively represent secured creditors, landlords, and creditors’ committees in those cases.
Among our experienced bankruptcy lawyers are two members of the Panel of Private Bankruptcy Trustee and a former law clerk for the United States Bankruptcy Court in the District of Minnesota. Members of the firm have published bankruptcy-related articles in various legal publications, including Minnesota Real Estate Law and Practice (West, 2016), Chapter 21—Real Estate in Bankruptcy; Bankruptcy Practice in Minnesota Deskbook (2016), Chapter 15 – Fraudulent Transfers; and Debtor-Creditor Handbook (2016), Chapter 23 – Workouts (co-author).
The thrust of our bankruptcy litigation practice is most often the recovery of assets for creditors. We handle a variety of bankruptcy litigation matters, including defense of dischargeability cases, and bankruptcy appeals. Because of our reputation and depth of experience in these matters, we are often asked to step in and assist or assume full responsibility for bankruptcy litigation and appeals initiated by other counsel.