Shaw Fishman’s bankruptcy litigators have the professional leadership background and practical trial skills usually found only at the largest law firms. When litigation is part of the bankruptcy process our lawyers are accomplished at handling all the points of contention that come before the bankruptcy courts. That includes representation of debtors, creditors, creditors’ committees and trustees in fraudulent conveyance and preference litigation, as well as matters involving contested use of cash collateral, modification of the automatic stay, planned confirmation, commercial debt collection, claims objections, and the purchase and sale of assets. We also handle client interests in federal and state courts for actions involving breach of contract, receivership, lien enforcement, replevin, judicial foreclosure, and collection of domestic and foreign judgments.
The concentration of practitioners in the area of commercial bankruptcy and workouts, combined with litigators who have substantial "hands on" trial experience, is a unique Shaw Fishman feature normally only found at the largest law firms.