Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights
At Robinson Gray we handle all aspects of creditors’ representation – from bankruptcies to workouts, from real property mortgage foreclosures and evictions to seizure of property subject to a security interest or leasehold interest, and to collection actions against defaulting debtors, all involving both commercial and consumer debtors.
Our bankruptcy and creditors’ rights lawyers represent a variety of commercial finance clients, particularly banks and other traditional financial institutions. We also represent creditors’ committees and bankruptcy trustees, and handle all types of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights litigation matters.
At Robinson Gray we render advice to a broad range of trades and industries, including insurance providers, cable television companies, utility companies, landlords, real estate developers, equipment leasing and finance companies, and asset based lenders such as automobile, truck, manufactured home, equipment, and commodity based financial transactions. We handle matters involving both secured and unsecured claims.
Our bankruptcy and creditors’ rights lawyers are well versed with the business and legal issues that can arise in financial transactions and work closely with our transactional lawyers to develop business solutions for problematic and challenging commercial transactions. We regularly advise clients on issues relating to all chapters of the Bankruptcy Code, the Uniform Commercial Code, mortgage foreclosure, secured transactions, fraudulent transfers, the South Carolina Consumer Protection Code, the South Carolina Unfair Trade Practices Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act.
- Practice Areas
- Administrative & Regulatory
- Appellate Practice Group
- Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights
- Business Transactions
- Commercial Litigation
- Commercial Transportation and Trucking
- Construction Litigation
- Election Law
- General Litigation
- Healthcare Litigation
- Non-Routine Litigation
- Premises Liability
- Probate and Estate Litigation
- Products Liability
- Professional Liability and Ethics
- Real Estate
- Securities and FINRA
- Workers’ Compensation