Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
Moran Kidd Lyons Johnson, P.A. represents national and international banks, insurers and investment houses, multi-state individual lenders and trusts, master and special servicers, receivers, trustees, liquidators, secured and unsecured creditors and equity holders and purchasers, among others, in corporate and complex individual insolvency matters in federal and state courts and in international forums. The breadth of our experience representing every constituency in bankruptcy includes both lenders and financially distressed businesses involved in troubled loans, work-outs and debt restructuring.
Through our 360-degree experience in all aspects of the debtor-creditor relationship, we have both pursued and defended commercial foreclosures, replevin, garnishment, attachment; eviction, and the domestication and enforcement of judgments across borders. Because clients consider us their trusted business advisors and negotiators, much of our insolvency work arises from parallel transactional or litigation matters.
Our strong commercial litigation capability provides a credible threat in contested bankruptcy hearings and trials. However, our approach is always to act strategically to optimize the outcome for our client through negotiations, litigation, or alternative dispute resolution.