Werb & Sullivan serves as counsel to debtors and creditors in major commercial bankruptcy cases and related adversary proceedings in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. The firm has represented individuals, small businesses, publicly traded companies, lending institutions, financing companies, preference plaintiffs and defendants, secured lenders, vehicle and equipment lessors, commercial landlords and tenants, vendors, contractors, suppliers, bidders, critical vendors, class action claimants, secured and unsecured claim holders, and various other parties.
The following is a representative list of matters in which Werb & Sullivan provides legal representation:
Defense to complaints to avoid and recover preferential and fraudulent transfers
Motions for relief from automatic stay
Motions/Requests for allowance and payment of administrative expense claims
Lease/Executory contract assumption and rejection issues
Prosecution of claims to recover preferential transfers
Bid Submissions/Auction Participation
Section 503(b)(9) claims
Commencement of adversary proceedings against the debtor for turnover of property
Class action claims on behalf of similarly situated creditors in Delaware b2b bankruptcy and other business bankruptcy proceedings
Objections to relief sought by debtors in omnibus motions
Notices of lien/Lien perfection
Critical vendor agreements
Post petition payment issues
Proof of claim submissions
Werb & Sullivan regularly serves as local counsel to out-of-state clients in need of Delaware counsel to fulfill the local counsel requirement pursuant to Local Rule 9010-19(a). The firm works regularly with out-of-state counsel admitted to practice pro hac vice in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
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