Managing Financial Distress
The complexities of financial restructuring command transactional and litigation skills, as well as a depth of experience in addressing issues arising under the Bankruptcy. We are able to provide our clients a full complement of services and advice that answers the many questions that arise from financial distress. Secured and unsecured creditors face many risks when dealing with a financially distressed situation. But there are also opportunities, and we know how to preserve the value of collateral, maximize opportunities for a successful restructuring or reorganization, and minimize loss of value. Because of our long-standing representation of many debtors, creditors, and trustees, we offer our clients a unique perspective. Our multi-faceted experience equips us with the skill to represent financial institutions, investment funds, receivers, trustees and companies in all phases of a company’s lifecycle. We provide our clients with sound strategies and practical solutions to manage risk when navigating the tides of financial uncertainty.
The harm occurred can be physical, mental, or even financial. Personal Injury suits are typically resolved in one of two ways: through a formal lawsuit, or through informal, out-of-court negotiations between the parties involved. There is often a time limit for when one person can file a claim against another for personal injury. This is known as the Statute of Limitations. Typically, the deadline to file a claim is 2 years after the injury occurred. However, there are instances in which an injury is not properly identified until years later, in which case the statute of limitations is 1 year after the injury was identified.