Clients involved in bankruptcy cases often face two key questions when there is one “pie” from which creditors will be paid: How is the pie going to be cut, and how big is my piece of the pie going to be? The answer to those questions depends on the available assets and the number and value of claims to those assets. Often claims are asserted in bankruptcy cases that are not entitled to be paid from the estate, meaning there is more money available for the estate and legitimate creditors. Whether representing trustees, debtors, or creditors, we critically evaluate claims to ensure that value for legitimate stakeholders is maximized. We have successfully objected to hundreds of millions of dollars of claims, resulting in a material increase in distributions to legitimate creditors. 

Reassuring, articulate, knowledgeable, and effective. They made the process so much easier and gave me peace of mind in a stressful but successful outcome.