Unlike many bankruptcy practitioners, not only does Mr. Kish have skill in advising companies in financial distress, but he has also extensive experience in other corporate disciplines critical to advising financially healthy businesses.
While we primarily assist our corporate clientele through the bankruptcy process, we also regularly advise financially healthy companies on implementing changes to their capital and corporate structures which are designed to enhance enterprise value.
We represent companies in a wide array of business and real estate matters, including commercial contract disputes, business strategy, choice of entity, mergers and acquisitions, and financing. We strive to provide practical and cost-effective solutions to our clientele that create business value, both in and out of bankruptcy court.
Our corporate experience includes a wide-range of domestic and international transactions across numerous industries, including banking and financial services, construction, food and beverage, franchise, hospitality and hotels, infrastructure, insurance, internet and e-commerce, international commerce, maritime, manufacturing and sales, private equity, real estate, retail, sports/entertainment, technology, and venture capital.
Our insolvency experience includes the creation of bidding and auction procedures on behalf of distressed sellers and advising purchasers in navigating the bidding and auction process in bankruptcy. We also regularly advise clients in the purchase and sale of assets in Section 363 sales, reorganization plan sales and trustee/receivership sales. We advise buyers, sellers, lenders and unsecured creditors regarding secured lender credit bid rights in distressed sale situations. We also address potential successor liability issues on behalf of clients acquiring distressed assets or businesses.
We understand the particular strategies and needs of our clients and we execute on such strategies to fulfill their intended goals. Simply stated, we aim to take the approach that best serves our client's needs.