• Represented Fannie Mae as the secured creditor in the successful prosecution of an appeal to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeal of an order related to a confirmation of a bankruptcy plan.
  • Represented McKesson Corp. and its numerous subsidiaries in dozens of major healthcare and retail related bankruptcy cases throughout the United States. Aggregate credit exposure in all pending bankruptcy cases of nearly $50 million.
  • Represented Former Owner (Ronald Tutor) and his companies (Library Asset Acquisition Company and Zelus), as the senior secured creditors in the United States and United Kingdom insolvency proceedings valued in excess of $120 million. Defend clients in more than 2 dozen separate lawsuits and related appeals.
  • Represented Wells Fargo Capital Finance in a $20 million value workout and chapter 11 bankruptcy (Delaware) of video game designer and manufacturer (US and International borrowers) including DIP financing and section 363 sale.
  • Represented Wells Fargo Capital Finance in a $10 million value workout and chapter 11 bankruptcy (Tampa, Florida) of telecommunication manufacturer and government service provider including DIP financing and negotiated chapter 11 plan of reorganization.
  • Represented Fannie Mae as the secured creditor in a bankruptcy case in Memphis, Tennessee involving a 200+ unit apartment complex valued at more than $10 million.
  • Represented Moseley Associates in its proposed acquisition of Powerwave Technology valued at $9.2 million.
  • A chapter 11 bankruptcy case representing the owner of multiple apartment complexes throughout the central and southern United States (GTS Property Portfolios, LLC and related entities) in an attempt to reorganize obligations exceeding $100 million
  • A chapter 11 bankruptcy case involving 2 nursing and rehabilitation facilities in Northern California. We represented the unsecured creditors’ committee, and accordingly, participate in all aspects of the case on behalf of the creditors valued at approximately $4 million.
  • Represented a creditors committee in the case of a real estate developer (Benjamin Catlin) that owned tenant in common interests in more than 50 entities and subsequently represented the liquidating trust formed through a plan or reorganization confirmed in that case
  • Represented BP America, Inc. as the franchisor of the debtor ARCO branded gasoline station.
  • Represented a creditors committee in the case of an individual (Vincent Eupierre)who either directly or indirectly owns more than 60 fast food franchises
  • Represented Toyota in a problem loan workout related to a car dealer in Missoula, Montana. We facilitated a sale of the collateral (real and personal property, including vehicle inventory) which paid client in full. A matter valued in excess of $4.5 million.
  • Represented D.R. Horton (the second largest homebuilder in the nation) and Ryland Homes (the tenth largest homebuilder in the nation) in the bankruptcy case of subcontractor Walldesign. A matter valued at $5 million.