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As some of the nation’s largest corporations seek bankruptcy relief in the current economic climate, other companies seek creditors rights protection. Liquidation and restructuring issues arise that affect corporations across international borders and under multiple jurisdictions. Creditors throughout the United States and internationally often require help from creditors rights bankruptcy attorneys to protect them in Delaware bankruptcy. Werb & Sullivan represents creditors nationally and all over the world as Delaware creditors rights attorneys.
Considerable protections exist in the Bankruptcy Code to protect creditors against unpaid debt. Werb & Sullivan represents creditors in:
Our bankrupcy law firm represents secured and unsecured creditors in complex commercial bankruptcies, adversary proceedings, and post-bankruptcy litigation. Our lawyers also provide Delaware bankruptcy advice in prejudgment remedies, assisting secured creditors with lien perfection along with providing counsel in replevin and attachment actions. We bring actions on behalf of secured creditors to establish creditor lien priority.
We assist unsecured creditors through financial evaluation of a debtor’s assets, give legal opinions on whether to pursue a judicial lien, and represent clients in lien foreclosure, as well.
Our firm represents similarly situated creditors in class action claims that involve Delaware business bankruptcy, business-to-business and other types of commercial bankruptcies. We protect creditors rights in complex cases where debtors seek relief through omnibus motions.
From assisting with the preparation and filing of a proof of claim to pursuing adversary proceedings post-bankruptcy as plaintiffs and defendants, our lawyers work diligently to maximize potential recovery of unpaid debt for creditors.
Werb & Sullivan represents creditors who require local counsel in Delaware bankruptcies. We protect their interests, often working in collaboration with corporate in-house and out-of-state counsels.
To discuss how we can protect your rights as creditors, contact Werb & Sullivan online or call us at (302) 652-1100, today.