G&E is widely recognized for its innovative and aggressive representation of institutional investors in significant and precedent-setting U.S. securities litigation, and it brings that same approach to the representation of ad hoc and official committees, institutional and distressed investors, indenture trustees, litigation trustees, and other parties in the bankruptcy litigation context. G&E and its attorneys have extensive experience in litigation arising out of major U.S. Chapter 11 bankruptcies and other U.S. and offshore/cross-border insolvency matters.
G&E’s attorneys combine their sophisticated complex-litigation skills with a practiced understanding of the Bankruptcy Code and other applicable insolvency laws to seek and obtain substantial recoveries for clients through the reorganization process as well as in third party litigation on behalf of post-confirmation litigation trustees to recover estate assets. The Firm’s attorneys have considerable experience litigating all aspects of:
- Chapter 11 plans of reorganization, valuation, and plan confirmation proceedings;
- Debtor-in-possession financing and cash collateral use;
- The pursuit of avoidance actions, including fraudulent conveyance actions; and
- Other matters involving bankruptcy motion and litigation practice.
To learn more about G&E’s bankruptcy practice, please contact Gordon Novod.