Our clients are involved in a wide range of industries, but Loeb & Loeb’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors’ Rights Practice offers in-depth experience servicing creditors and debtors, committees and trustees, and the buyers and sellers of distressed assets in the entertainment and media, real estate and healthcare sectors.Our seasoned bankruptcy attorneys offer deep industry know-how and superior service strategies to companies in these key areas.We also often counsel clients with respect to patent, copyright, trademark and tradename issues arising from the insolvency of licensors and licensees.Our Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors’ Rights Practice has extensive experience assisting clients in all real estate-related insolvency contexts.Our ability to help our clients achieve their goals is based upon Sheppard Mullin's strategic practice approach.We understand it is important that a law firm not just be an expense line item on an income statement.Our attorneys have unique experience in recapitalizing, restructuring and turning around deals that have EB-5 investments in the capital structure, including real estate and entertainment financing transactions, as well as other projects that utilize EB-5 funds.Our clients benefit by receiving consistent counsel from one integrated team as they proceed through a complex bankruptcy, restructuring or creditors’ rights matter.
We also collaborate on restructuring and bankruptcy-related matters with other Loeb & Loeb attorneys who practice in such areas as tax, banking, corporate, litigation, healthcare, entertainment, real estate, capital markets, and mergers and acquisitions to provide comprehensive service and counsel to our clients.
Our services include pre-bankruptcy planning and advice regarding bankruptcy alternatives; insolvency planning and loan workouts, including advice regarding lender liability; commercial mortgage foreclosures; enforcement of notes and guarantees and realization of collateral; and litigation at both the trial and appellate level in bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy forums.
We are frequently called upon to counsel both borrowers and lenders in restructuring complex credit relationships, from inception through final resolution.
Our practice combines both transactional attorneys and litigators who offer a depth of experience and a multidisciplinary approach to crafting practical solutions for our clients that are facing financially distressed situations.
We regularly counsel our clients with respect to: We have represented troubled companies, boards and special board committees, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ and equity committees, equity and debt holders, bankruptcy trustees and examiners, receivers, business and asset acquirers, lessors and lessees, agents for lending groups, and indenture trustees in complex debtors’ and creditors’ rights matters.