We consider bankruptcy litigation an important part of our bankruptcy practice. Whenever we represent a debtor or creditor, we are prepared to litigate issues as needed, including to a trial or final hearing. We will also represent parties in existing proceedings, including defendants who have been sued in adversary proceedings (bankruptcy court lawsuits) by trustees, debtors-in-posession, or other interested parties.
When representing debtors, we will aggressively protect their rights in the bankruptcy process. The automatic stay and discharge injunction are important statutory aspects of the bankruptcy process that entitle you to be left alone and not harassed by your creditors. Violations by creditors can lead to damage awards in your favor. We also pursue claims litigation for debtors faced with improper or inadequate claims that would adversely affect their outcomes in the bankruptcy case.