Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Restructuring
Many clients trust us in bankruptcy and insolvency matters: financial institutions, borrowers, creditors, trustees, debtors, public bodies and contractors.
We put our skills at your service in this area.
- Guidance and legal advice to bankruptcy trustees and debtors
- Guidance and legal advice to secured creditors, lessors and unsecured creditors
- Drafting of legal proceedings for the notice of intention to file a proposal, proposal or transfer of property
- Drafting of legal opinions on the validity and enforceability of security interests
- Legal advice and opinions relating to creditors meetings
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