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BANKRUPTCY LAW: CREDITORS

Bankruptcy laws and procedures are complex.  NJ bankruptcy attorney Glenn Reiser has over 20 years of experience litigating business and commercial disputes in state and federal courts.  Possessing a combined knowledge of state law creditors’ rights and federal bankruptcy law, our New Jersey law firm  effectively represents a variety of creditor interests in Chapters 7, 11 & 13 bankruptcy court proceedings throughout the United States Bankruptcy Court vicinages in Newark, Trenton, and Camden.  The types of parties we represent in federal bankruptcy court proceedings include:

  • Financial institutions, banks, credit unions and other institutional lenders
  • Equipment lessors
  • Landlords – commercial/residential
  • Corporate officers
  • Directors
  • Employees
  • Secured creditors, including mortgage lenders
  • Shareholders
  • Unsecured creditors
  • Factors
  • Spouses and domestic partners

Our specific types of matters that we handle for creditors involved in New Jersey bankruptcy court proceedings under Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 include:

  • Defending trustee lawsuits to recover avoidable preferences
  • Defending trustee lawsuits to recover fraudulent conveyance claims
  • Motions to dismiss bad faith bankruptcy case filings
  • Prosecuting non-dischargeability claims for fraud
  • Prosecuting objection to discharge claims
  • Filing proofs of claim
  • Filing involuntary bankruptcy cases
  • Motions to assume/reject executory contracts & leases
  • Objections to confirmation hearings in Chapters 11 & 13
  • Automatic stay relief motions
  • Defending claims objections motions filed by debtors and trustees
  • Loan workouts
  • Asset purchase agreements & auctions
  • Protecting collateral by securing adequate protection payments

In bankruptcy court proceedings, our services on behalf of individual creditors have specifically included actions to recover funds or property on behalf of such creditors as well as the prosecution of injunction proceedings to protect property and other intangible interests from infringement by debtors.  We also regularly represent the interests of parties seeking to acquire assets from companies in distress, both in and out of court proceedings.

Contact our New Jersey bankruptcy lawyers today about a bankruptcy matter pending in Newark, Trenton or Camden, and one of our attorneys will respond within 24 hours to discuss your matter.

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