When a business is struggling or when a debt is owed, seeking guidance from an experienced attorney can be the most effective way to take action.
At Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald, LLP, we primarily represent creditors in bankruptcy and collection proceedings.
We also represent the owners and managers of distressed businesses, helping them to take actions that are in line with their long-term goals:
- Protecting creditors’ rights
- Collecting file liens and judgments
- Private placements (non-public offerings)
- Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings
- Preparing reorganization plans
- Work-outs and refinances
- Corporate dissolution
Our law firm often works with clients who are owed debts. We have the resources necessary to collect these debts using numerous legal strategies. These include collecting on mechanic’s liens imposed to secure payment for work done on property, judgment liens imposed to secure payment of a judgment, forced sales or wage garnishment. We also file lawsuits on behalf of creditors seeking payment.
We have in-depth knowledge of the regulations affecting creditors. Offering experienced legal counsel, we make sure that our clients comply with these regulations while still taking effective action. We also handle secure transactions and UCC issues that arise from creditor actions and can negotiate inter-creditor agreements.
In the past few years, businesses throughout Pennsylvania and the United States have been negatively affected by the economy. Attorneys in our Business and Finance Department represent these corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships and limited liability partnerships (LLPs).
When a business is struggling, talking to a lawyer can help business owners understand their options. At Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald, LLP, we review a full range of options with our clients to help owners make the right decisions about their businesses.
We help business owners file for chapter 11 bankruptcy, reorganize or liquidate their businesses, depending on certain factors. We also represent clients opposing or supporting the reorganization of a business.
Bankruptcy often leads to the divestiture of the business. We then handle all aspects of a sale or divestiture of an existing business at a time that is right for your business and financial goals. For many clients facing economic difficulty, this divestiture is the final step in a series of carefully calculated legal decisions.