At Sender Wasserman Wadsworth, we've worked long and hard to set ourselves apart. And that work has paid off.
We believe the qualities that have made us different over the years our creativity, common sense and strategic, single-minded devotion to results are the very ones that make us better.
To be sure, each of these qualities has merit on its own. And we appreciate that. But what we've built our firm on is a unique, integrated approach greater than the sum of its parts. Creative thinking is an excellent starting point when considering any legal issue and it's one of our strengths but what good is creativity without the guiding principles of common sense? Further, creativity only gets you so far successful results depend upon the incorporation of creative thinking into a strategic plan.
If you're looking for a law firm that takes a cookie-cutter approach to legal matters, you may be satisfied elsewhere. But if you believe, as we do, that a philosophy based upon creativity, common sense and results-oriented, strategic planning will serve you well, then Sender Wasserman Wadsworth is here to help.
1660 Lincoln Street, Suite 2200
Denver CO 80264
Many attorneys' involvement with bankruptcy consists of filing petitions or motions for relief from the automatic stay.
Many, if not most, bankruptcy attorneys are not litigators. Each and every attorney at Sender Wasserman Wadsworth is a litigator.
We represent debtors and creditors in any type of dispute that might arise in the Bankruptcy Court, and we're well equipped to take your case to trial. We represent clients in adversary proceedings and contested matters. We represent plaintiffs and defendants in discharge and dischargeability litigation, preference litigation, fraudulent conveyance litigation and exemption disputes.
We're willing to take on matters that others shy away from. If your issue is complex, unusual or risky, we're here to help.
For more than 35 years, Harvey Sender has focused his practice on complex bankruptcy and bankruptcy litigation, gaining extensive experience with Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 13 and trustee issues. He has represented numerous debtors in possession in Chapter 11 cases and major creditors and unsecured creditors' committees in both bankruptcy issues and complex commercial litigation. Known for his practical, common sense approach, Harvey is committed to solving clients' problems as cost-effectively as possible.
Harvey has administered over 25,000 cases as a Chapter 7 trustee. Since 1984, he has served as a Chapter 7 Panel Trustee in the District of Colorado. He has served as a Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 trustee in numerous large bankruptcy cases, including Hedged Investments, USA Capital and Intercap Funds Joint Venture, and as a receiver in state court matters. Harvey has also appeared as an expert witness in several cases on bankruptcy law and bankruptcy-related issues, including the reasonableness of attorneys' fees.
Following law school, Harvey spent a few years with Northern New Mexico Legal Services, and with Sobol and Sobol P.C. in Denver. He then led his own firm, Harvey Sender and Associates, for 13 years before merging with John Wasserman's practice in 1992.