Commercial Litigation
    Contract Disputes
    Debt Collection & Judgment Enforcement
    Actions for Fraud
    Corporate Disputes
    Construction Litigation
    Real Estate Litigation
Bankruptcy
    Unsecured Creditors' Committees
    Preference Defense
    Out-Of-Court Workouts
    Individual Creditor Representation
Actions for Fraud including Fraudulent Conveyances

The firm specializes in uncovering fraud and deceptive trade practices in business-to-business transactions ranging from sole proprietors to large corporate companies. As part of comprehensive strategy to collect against all available assets, the firm often pursues officers, shareholders and/or affiliates as alter egos of the debtor and pursues third parties recover fraudulent conveyances.

The firm often times will pursue a newly formed company for purposes of successor liability, which can occur when a new company takes over the assets of a debtor, occupies the same location, continues the same type of business, and retains officers or shareholders as alter egos of the debtor.

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