The Satterlee Stephens LLP Bankruptcy & Creditor's Rights Practice Group has a sophisticated, multifaceted practice built upon the Firm's superior litigation strengths and transactional expertise. The Firm has a wealth of broad and significant experience in successfully counseling clients through all aspects of business rescue and reorganization, asset tracing and recovery, as well as bankruptcy-related acquisitions, dispositions and disputes. Much of Satterlee Stephens' work is cross-border. The Firm boasts a diverse and impressive clientele including debtors, institutional lenders (including major commercial banks, hedge funds and DIP lenders), creditors' committees, equity committees, unsecured creditors, bankruptcy trustees, indenture trustees, equipment financiers, receivers, landlords and purchasers of distressed assets. These engagements occur in a wide variety of formal bankruptcy cases as well as non-bankruptcy workouts and loan restructurings. The Firm also has a pioneering and vibrant practice representing foreign office-holders in recognition proceedings and cases under Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code. Additionally, the Firm's lawyers are versed in advising clients with respect to municipal debt readjustment and Chapter 9 of the Bankruptcy Code. Our ability to provide comprehensive legal services of the highest quality to its bankruptcy and restructuring clients is strengthened by the availability of broad expertise in other Satterlee Stephens practice areas.
We have long successfully represented clients through every aspect of business rescue and reorganization transactions related to bankruptcy across the United States. Our clientele includes major commercial banks, hedge funds and debtor-in-possession (DIP) lenders. We have represented creditors' committees, equity committees, unsecured creditors and bankruptcy trustees. Our representation also includes assisting landlords and p
Chapter 15 Cross-Border Representation
Our lawyers are pioneers in providing representation regarding cross-border insolvencies. We filed Chapter 15 bankruptcy cases within months of legislation being passed. We continue to provide representation to foreign insolvency practitioners and for a number of pre-eminent international firms.urchasers of distressed assets. Finally, we have represented debtors of every kind.