Primerus business law firms have collaborated to provide bankruptcy legal services which could otherwise only be offered by the largest of law firms, while providing “hands on” representation by seasoned lawyers – without the large law firm price tag.
The Bankruptcy practice group includes members who have bankruptcy experience and are Electronic Case Filing admitted counsel, which is required in multiple jurisdictions, offering you access to bankruptcy legal services across the country.
Businesses often get drawn into bankruptcy cases which may be pending in other states. Business owners and in-house counsel may be confronted with a variety of situations including:
(Items 1, 2 and 3 are mandatory and 4 and 5 are preferable.)
Enforcing Foreign Judgments – We Won the Battle, Now What?
Nothing Like a Bankruptcy Case to Torpedo Your Construction Contract Claims…What Construction Lawyers and Their Clients Need to Know – March 13, 2013
Byron Saintsing, Esq. (Smith Debnam Narron Drake Saintsing & Myers – Raleigh, NC)
Chad Alvaro, Esq. (Mateer Harbert – Orlando, FL)
From Negotiated Reorganization to Pre-Packaged Bankruptcy: What Creditors Need to Know – July 26, 2011
Stephen Williamson, Esq (Montgomery Barnett, L.L.P. – Baton Rouge and New Orleans, LA)
Samuel Wisotzkey, Esq. (Kohner, Mann & Kailas, S.C. – Milwaukee, WI)
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