A Versatile, Resourceful Business Law Firm
The mere possibility of having to take a dispute to court makes many business owners and stakeholders recoil from a vision of valuable time lost and costs spiraling out of control. In a time of intense economic turmoil and upheaval, when every financial move can be pivotal, decisions on whether and how to pursue your interests are more challenging than ever before.
These factors make your choice of a law firm to advise and represent you especially critical. The process must start with exploration of critical questions:
- Are there funds or assets available — even if bankruptcy is part of the equation?
- Are you on solid legal ground?
- Are there practical alternatives to a lawsuit for reaching favorable resolution and keeping your dispute out of the media and public eye?
Seasoned Litigation Attorneys
From savvy guidance in front-end decision-making to aggressive representation at trial, our lawyers are a proven resource for you or your business in matters such as:
- Debt collection efforts, bankruptcy proceedings, and other crucial steps for recovering and protecting your assets
- Real estate disputes, breach of contract cases and business ownership disputes
- Breach of lease, eviction, foreclosure litigation, lien and title disputes, and other commercial real estate disputes
- Business injury or business interruption claims and coverage
- Partnership disputes, shareholder disputes, business ownership disputes and controversies over business succession — including those within families
- Other complex financial matters, including lender liability disputes, promissory note litigation and enforcement of confessed judgments
If The Stakes Are High For You And Your Business, Turn To Our Law Firm
Our business litigation attorneys bring decades of experience to the table. That experience ranges across the spectrum of complex litigation, bankruptcy court litigation, insurance defense, asset recovery and other types of litigation in federal and state courts.
To discuss any significant business dispute that requires superior trial experience, contact us.
Attorneys Focusing on this Practice Area
Counsel to debtors in confirmed joint Chapter 11 plan of reorganization for manufacturing company and related real estate company.
Counsel to debtor in lien dispute. Reported at 124 B.R. 465 (Bankr. D. Md. 1991).
Debtor’s counsel in dispute regarding newspaper access to bankruptcy proceedings. Reported at 88 B.R. 730 (Bankr. D. Md. 1988).
Special litigation counsel to bankruptcy trustee in liquidation of pioneering telephonic advice company known as the “Psychic Friends Network.”
Counsel to creditors in involuntary bankruptcy of National Football League licensed entertainment show. Reported at 276 B.R. 407 (Bankr. D. Md. 2002).
Counsel to debtor in sale of hotel project.
Counsel to debtors in sale of regional ski resort, golf course and real estate project. Finalist in M&A Advisor 2013 Real Estate Deal of the Year.
Directed debtors’ successful bankruptcy auction sale of WISP Resort and dozens of valuable real estate lots in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases in Maryland.
Local counsel to prevailing defendant in published summary judgment opinion (310 B.R. 274 (Bankr. D. Md. 2004)) holding that debtor was judicially stopped from bringing cause of action that it had knowingly failed to disclose as an asset in its schedules, disclosure statement or plan.
Counsel for prevailing appellant trustee in Fourth Circuit on appeals of District Court and Bankruptcy Court decisions establishing significant national law providing that (1) unconditional assignment by mortgage lenders of whatever claims they had against debtors’ alleged coconspirators, with no right to share in trustee’s recovery except pro rata with other creditors of estate, was sufficient to give trustee standing to prosecute these assigned claims, and (2) doctrine of in pari delicto did not apply to prevent Chapter 7 trustee, as unconditional assignee of mortgage lenders, from pursuing causes of action that lenders had against debtors’ alleged co-conspirators. [In re Bogdan, 414 F.3d 507 (4th Cir. 2005)]
Court held that corporate interest was property subject to enforcement under Maryland’s “wild card” provision for collecting judgments.
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