Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy Practice

ADLI Law Group remains at the forefront of the ever-changing economic climate with leading creditors’ rights and bankruptcy attorneys.  From assisting mid-sized vendors in recovering arrears, to consulting international public companies in purchasing assets from a bankruptcy matter, to working with entertainment based and other creditors in complex claims litigation in insolvency matters, ADLI Law Group assists clients to explore opportunities or avoid liabilities that arise in bankruptcy proceedings.

The attorneys at ADLI Law Group have deep experience in assisting parties affected by bankruptcy cases domestically and internationally to maximize asset recovery, prosecute or defend issues in adversary proceedings, restructure financing and limit liabilities.  Our attorneys have represented clients including financial institutions, vendors, utility/water/energy/transportation companies, banks and thrifts and other secured and unsecured lenders.

As a firm, ADLI Law Group continues to provide limited debtor services in filing chapter 7 liquidation and chapter 11 reorganization matters on a case by case basis.

The ADLI Law Group bankruptcy attorneys draw upon on the depth and sophistication of other experienced transactional, intellectual property and litigation attorneys providing clients with a platform to deliver practical and unparalleled services at competitive rates.

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