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Business Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights

Business Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights  


Kelley Kronenberg’s Bankruptcy and Commercial Creditors’ Rights Practice Group attorneys have extensive experience in representing secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees, and trustees in commercial bankruptcy cases. In any given case, we may represent the primary secured creditor, an unsecured creditor, a creditors’ committee, fraud victims, including those victimized by Ponzi schemes, the debtor, suppliers of goods or services, lessors, parties in litigation involving the debtor or where the debtor is a party, and other interested parties impacted by the debtor’s bankruptcy filing.  We also handle out-of-court workouts, receivership matters and related receivership litigation, and other matters involving insolvency, financial distress, and other litigation involving the debtor-creditor relationship.   

Our Bankruptcy and Commercial Creditors’ Rights Practice Group works proactively to develop and implement strategies to best achieve the client’s goals. With decades of experience assisting parties in commercial bankruptcy matters, we provide effective and practical counseling.  We are dedicated to vigorously pursuing recovery of all amounts owed to our creditor clients, aggressively defending against debtor and trustee litigation claims, and vigorously pursuing fraudulent transfer, preference, and other claims on behalf of the bankruptcy estate and/or receivership estates.

To enhance the services we provide our clients, Kelley Kronenberg’s Bankruptcy Commercial Creditors’ Rights Practice Group provides complementary resources to the firm’s Bankruptcy Consumer Creditors’ Rights Practice Group, Mortgage Foreclosure, and Real Property Litigation Practice Group, Collections Finance and Asset Recovery Group, and Receivership Practice.

Our attorneys have represented:

  •         Financial Institutions
  •         Lenders
  •         Borrowers
  •         Trade Creditors
  •         Creditors’ Committees
  •         Fraud Victims
  •         Lessors
  •         Receivers
  •         Purchasers of Financially Distressed Businesses