Riess LeMieux has significant experience in this unique area of law involving complex financial transactions, creditors’ rights, corporate debt restructurings, and related disputes. Over the years, the firm has represented clients with operations worldwide, nationally, and locally. Our transactional, restructuring, and financial litigation lawyers are complemented by the experience of our lawyers in other practice areas, as needed, in order to provide comprehensive legal services to our clients.
We regularly represent debtors, lenders, creditors’ committees and others in restructurings and Chapter 11 cases. The attorneys at Riess LeMieux have represented clients in high-profle bankruptcy adversary proceedings, contested matters, and insolvency-related litigation. Our attorneys’ experience includes some of the largest bankruptcies in Louisiana and multiple casino and gaming insolvencies. Our lawyers advise, plan, strategize, and litigate on behalf of creditors’ committees, commercial lenders, and debtors. Our work has resulted in the recovery and return of millions of dollars to our clients.
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Bankruptcy practice requires a unique set of skills. It requires a working knowledge of how businesses operate and an understanding of accounting. It requires litigation skills in conducting examinations of witnesses, reviewing documents, legal research and writing briefs, and oral advocacy, as well as mastery of the Rules of Civil Procedure, the Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, and the Rules of Evidence. Finally, it requires a firm grasp of the Bankruptcy Code and how the Bankruptcy Court works. Our bankruptcy attorneys have the skills and experience to provide you dedicated, effective representation.
Our representation of both debtors and creditors allows us to recognize and understand the strengths and weaknesses of the other side to the transaction. Whether representing creditors or debtors, we zealously represent our clients to achieve their goals. If you or your company is facing debt issues, creditor issues, or bankruptcy litigation, contact us to discuss your situation.