Insolvency and restructuring
Pillsbury’s Insolvency & Restructuring practice is a well-integrated team of attorneys practicing throughout the US and around the world.
Our experience and legal acumen, coupled with the depth of our firm resources, enable us to provide highly sophisticated, yet practical and timely legal advice in all areas of bankruptcy, problem loan workouts and commercial litigation.
The Insolvency & Restructuring team represents a broadly diverse range of clients in dealing with complex, sophisticated, distressed financial situations, from debtors to those who deal with them. Our clients include banks and other financial institutions, secured and unsecured creditors, debtors and borrowers, agents and participants in syndicated loan transactions, indenture trustees and bondholders, landlords, official and unofficial creditors’ committees, equity committees, equipment lessors, investment funds, venture capital funds, shareholders, partners, purchasers, vendors, and other interested parties. We keep our clients’ economic interests foremost in mind and use our experience and familiarity with sophisticated matters to provide efficient, result-oriented advice.
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