Meyer Suozzi’s bankruptcy attorneys regularly represent banks, mortgage lenders, insurance companies, mutual funds, indenture trustees, finance companies, factors and equipment lessors in all aspects of out-of-court workouts, restructurings, reorganizations, liquidations and chapter 7, chapter 11 and chapter 15 bankruptcies.
Our extensive experience includes debtor-in-possession and exit financing and all bankruptcy-related litigation (including collection and lender liability litigation).
Meyer Suozzi’s bankruptcy attorneys have represented scores of creditors’ committee chairs and committee members in chapter 11 cases in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and in the District of Delaware.
We help our clients maneuver through the committee member selection process, counsel clients on their fiduciary duties while serving on the committee, participate in committee meetings or on committee calls together with or in place of clients, and help negotiate the debtor’s restructuring and emergence from chapter 11 on terms most favorable to the creditors.
As a result of the breadth of our experience, we are highly effective in minimizing exposure for our clients that are defendants and maximizing recoveries when we prosecute preference or other avoidance actions.
Meyer Suozzi’s bankruptcy attorneys have extensive experience in representing landlords of large office buildings and other commercial properties in New York City, Long Island and elsewhere in chapter 11 and 7 cases.(a) to recover leased premises from debtors and trustees; (b) concerning a chapter 11 debtor‘s or trustee’s attempt to assume or assume and assign real property leases; and (c) regarding claims for pre and postpetition rent.
We continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with our award-winning journalism.A tax calculation designed to prevent taxpayers from escaping their fair share of tax liability by taking numerous tax breaks; it adds certain tax preference items back into adjusted gross income.If AMT liability is greater than regular tax liability, the taxpayer must pay the AMT amount.Our goal when we represent a creditors’ committee is to counterbalance the debtor, the debtor’s secured creditors and other competing parties, and negotiate or litigate with the debtor and such other parties to achieve the best results for unsecured creditors, as promptly as possible.In addition to representing defendants in avoidance actions, our attorneys are often retained by debtors, creditors’ committees, and trustees, as special litigation counsel to prosecute hundreds more.It can also be used to deduct capital expenses over a period of time.