Homer Bonner Jacobs is committed to finding creative solutions to bankruptcy issues, whether they be through negotiation, litigation or a transactional approach. We represent debtors, creditors’ committees, bondholder committees, financial institutions, secured creditors, indenture trustees, bankruptcy trustees, asset acquirers, claims traders, and companies doing business with distressed companies, both in and out of court, in a variety of industries. We also provide assistance evaluating and/or structuring transactions to avoid the pitfalls of a subsequent insolvency.
Our bankruptcy and creditor’s rights attorneys are experienced in both the transactional and litigation aspects of bankruptcy. This experience includes formulating and obtaining confirmation of plans of reorganization, liquidation plans and prepackaged plans; representing creditor and bondholder committees, individual, secured and unsecured creditors; cram-down litigation; litigation involving unexpired leases and executory contracts; litigation of avoidance actions; debtor-in-possession financing; valuation proceedings; post-petition financing; acquisitions of stock and assets; asset sales and going-out-of-business sales; automatic stay litigation; and bankruptcy appeals.
Our bankruptcy and creditor’s rights attorneys also have significant experience representing businesses involved in transactions, and in advising directors, officers and shareholders of insolvent corporations. We take the necessary approach to accomplish our client’s goals, regardless of whether it requires transactional measures, negotiation or litigation.
Contact us if you desire to learn more about our bankruptcy and creditor’s rights practice. Your initial consultation is at no cost.