Business Bankruptcy and Creditor Rights

Business Restructuring and Creditors' Rights

Reorganization under the Bankruptcy Code has become an important strategic tool for businesses that face substantial debts or liabilities, and it also presents significant problems to creditors. Economic downturns raise novel and unsettled issues of law and practice that require the attention of lawyers well-versed in insolvency, bankruptcy, industry practices, and related legal subjects. Effective representation in these fields demands knowledge of established principles, experience, and business common sense.

In addition to corporate restructuring, our Virginia bankruptcy, workout and business reorganization practice focuses on bankruptcy litigation, including preference and fraudulent conveyance actions, directors' and officers' liability claims, and dischargeability actions.

Experience to Represent Your Interests in Bankruptcy Court

Our clients have included non-bankrupt members of an LLC seeking to recover funds embezzled from entity, business investors sued by the Trustee to recover their payouts, a pharmaceutical testing company forced into insolvency due to clients withholding payments, and co-owners of a restaurant seeking repayment of funds lent and guaranteed by other bankruptcy owners.

Our bankruptcy attorneys also have experience as local counsel, taking that role in the In re Chicago Tribune Multi-District Litigation as well as various other litigation and individual Ch. 11 cases.

Contact the Virginia Bankruptcy Attorneys of Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC

If you are facing insolvency or have otherwise been forced to deal with a bankruptcy related decision, turn to the experienced bankruptcy practice as Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC for advice and representation. Know your options, call 703-648-8279 or simply contact us online.