BUSINESS REORGANIZATION AND FINANCIAL RESTRUCTURING
Not every insolvent company needs to file for bankruptcy. Not every troubled business needs to close its doors. At Andersen Sleater, we work with each client to determine the tactical maneuvers to obtain the greatest possible value with the objective of accomplishing an outcome that meets or exceeds the client's goals.
Some clients have already sought bankruptcy or restructuring counsel but wish to hire Andersen Sleater to take advantage of the platform and local procedures offered in the Southern District of New York and the District of Delaware.
The lawyers in Andersen Sleater’s Business Reorganization and Financial Restructuring group thoroughly understand the rights and obligations of the various constituencies involved with an insolvent company, creating a plan for the purpose of achieving the client's goals, and executing the plan under frequently very difficult and changing environment. No matter if the plan involves bankruptcy, the enforcement of creditors' rights or an out-of-court financial restructuring transaction, Andersen Sleater lawyers are fully prepared to protect and advance the client's interests.
Andersen Sleater has bankruptcy, restructuring and creditors' rights lawyers in two major business and financial centers: New York City and Wilmington, Delaware (the U.S. corporate law capital). No matter where our clients are based, they benefit from the consistent dispatch of our legal services by using technology to reduce errors and attorneys’ fees related to repetitive tasks.
Andersen Sleater draws upon experience– not just as legal advisors - but as business consultants to the following industries: food and beverage, automotive, building and construction, electronics, energy, government and public sector, health care and medical, marine, mining, packaging and printing, plastics and safety and protection. Andersen Sleater assists banks, alternative lenders, loan servicers and debt purchasers for a range of matters including the sale of distressed assets, secured and unsecured loans, syndicated loans, real estate acquisition and construction loans.