Reorganization & Bankruptcy
Attorneys in our Reorganization & Bankruptcy Department represent creditors and debtors in restructurings, out of court workouts and bankruptcy cases. Our lawyers have represented parties in many of the largest and most complex bankruptcy cases in history representing creditors and debtors.
The Reorganization & Bankruptcy team is led by member John Giampolo, and includes litigation attorneys Deborah E. Riegel, Howard W. Kingsley, Brett B. Theis, Michael T. Carr, Stacey E. Lara along with transactional attorneys Michael E. Lefkowitz, Eric S. Orenstein and Casey E. Delaney.
Clients come to us with a range of complicated problems, both financial, structural and operational, our team works to develop alternatives, effective strategies and deliver solutions that provide the client with a path forward. Our experience spans a broad spectrum of industries, including Hospitality, Real Estate, Airlines, Retail, Hotels, Agriculture, Oil and Gas, Transportation, Shipping, Entertainment, Technology, IT, Aquaculture, Education Services, Printing, Manufacturing, Mining, Insurance, Telecommunications, Parking, Healthcare, Education, Not for Profits and Municipal Insolvencies.
- Restructuring and Reorganization Services
- Representation of Debtors and Creditors in Chapter 11 Cases
- Representation of Creditors in Chapter 7 Cases
- State Court Liquidations and Receiverships
- Assignment for Benefit of Creditors
- Distressed Acquisitions and Dispositions
- Distressed Merger & Acquisitions
Whether it’s restructuring a loan, reorganizing your business, acquiring an asset out from a distressed company or out of bankruptcy, R&E is the ideal partner for investors, acquirers, lenders and creditors. R&E is New York’s go-to team for Corporations, Funds, Banks, Schools and Businesses dealing with distressed transactions. This, coupled with R&E’s expertise in real estate, makes us the ideal partner to help you workout or restructure a loan, acquire distressed assets, reorganize your company or buy assets or business units from a distressed or bankruptcy company.