Zuber Lawler’s attorneys have deep experience representing virtually every type of stakeholder, from debtor to secured lender to contract counterparty in bankruptcy reorganization and liquidation proceedings, as well as non-bankruptcy proceedings, including state receiverships and assignments for the benefit of creditors. The firm also represents financial institutions, corporations, trustees, creditors, and debtors-in-possession in bankruptcy litigation, contested matters, and adversary proceedings, including fraudulent transfer, preference, and other avoidance claims, as well as relief from stay, claim disputes, use of cash collateral, adequate protection, litigation related to the assumption, assignment or rejection of executory contracts and unexpired leases of real and personal property, and plan confirmation litigation, including contested cram down and related valuation disputes.

Zuber Lawler has specialized expertise in advising and representing clients regarding the sale and acquisition of distressed entities and assets, both in and out of bankruptcy proceedings. The firm also represents clients in foreign restructuring and insolvency proceedings, as well as debtors, committees, and other case constituencies in cross-border Chapter 11 cases and Chapter 15 cases. Zuber Lawler leverages its experience across industries as diverse as technology, banking and finance, commercial real estate, pharmaceuticals, biomedical devices, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, retail, food service, and entertainment, to deliver creative and cost-effective solutions in the context of the uncertainty of financial reorganization and liquidation. Zuber Lawler is also a leading law firm in relation to emerging industries and technologies, including blockchain and legalized cannabis, and the special challenges presented these companies in financial reorganization and liquidation proceedings.