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    Locke Lord's Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Insolvency Practice Group has broad experience in complex bankruptcy cases, out-of-court restructurings, cross-border proceedings and other distressed situations. Our lawyers regularly advise premier financial institutions, institutional investors, distressed businesses, asset purchasers, debt investors, finance companies, insurers and sureties to enforce creditors’ rights and to achieve strategic goals in the context of structured transactions, commercial litigation, loan workouts, debt restructurings and bankruptcy.

    The lawyers in the bankruptcy, restructuring and insolvency practice develop practical, integrated solutions to the issues that confront businesses and investors in distressed situations and have been recognized by Chambers USA, Legal 500 (USA), Super Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America and other publications as leading practitioners. Our strengths emanate from our abilities to understand the businesses and the markets in which our clients operate so as to develop strategies that mitigate the risks and capitalize upon the opportunities presented by insolvencies and other distressed situations. The Firm’s vast experience in its core practice areas of private equity, debt financing, intellectual property and insurance further bolsters our ability to obtain maximum results for our clients.

    We represent the varied interests of debtors, financial institutions, secured and unsecured creditors, investors, credit card companies, indenture trustees, and ad-hoc and official committees in complex corporate restructuring, workout and bankruptcy planning, negotiation and litigation matters.

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