Neal Gerber Eisenberg’s award-winning Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy practice has played leading roles in nationally significant restructurings of public and private companies across the country. We represent lenders, creditors, committees and financially distressed companies in the full range of insolvency matters, from out-of-court restructurings to formal reorganization and liquidation proceedings.
The Turnaround Management Association (TMA) presented our restructuring practice with its 2013 Small Company Turnaround of the Year Award. The award honors and recognizes individuals who have “orchestrated the most successful turnaround” in a company with revenue of up to $50 million by establishing effective operations, implementing solid management, improving cash flow and increasing production. The practice also won TMA’s 2010 Mid-Size Transaction of the Year Award. The award honors and recognizes professionals who led transactions that, according to the TMA, “rescued companies from the shadow of complete ruin.” In addition, Chambers USA labeled the practice as a leader, reporting that “its experience in out-of-court restructurings, reorganizations and liquidation has gained it respect from peers and admiration from clients.” U.S.News-Best Lawyers’ 2013 Best Law Firms survey also ranked the practice as among the best in the nation.
Our attorneys generate success for clients by bringing a business-oriented and bottom-line approach to each situation, enabling us to meet each client’s unique objectives and expectations. This approach is enhanced by years of achieving favorable legal solutions to challenging engagements across many sectors, including the airline, automotive, steel, financial services, real estate, retail, media and technology industries.
The firm’s practice and experience includes the representation of:
- Secured creditors
- Unsecured creditors
- Creditors' committees
- Directors and officers
- Equity holders
- Distressed mergers and acquisitions
- Assignees for the benefit of creditors
- Parties in derivative transactions