Official, Ad Hoc & Other Creditor Representation
Creative Committee and other Creditor Solutions
Mintz has an active practice representing official and ad hoc committees in bankruptcy courts throughout the country, with substantial industry capabilities in retail, gaming, energy, manufacturing, nonprofits, health care, financial services, and sporting goods. We frequently represent some of the largest creditors in maximizing recoveries in bankruptcy cases and insolvency litigation, such as preference and other clawback actions.Share Awards
7 bankruptcy attorneys in the Boston, New York, Los Angeles and San Diego offices recognized (2023)
Legal 500 United States
Ranked Tier 1 within Restructuring, including Bankruptcy: Municipal (2022)
American College of Bankruptcy
2 Members within the prestigious, invite only, American College of Bankruptcy
Within the prestigious, invite only, American College of Bankruptcy
Creditor recoveries are maximized when their interests are front and center in a bankruptcy case. Creditors that collaborate on common goals in a case have a greater voice at the negotiating table and benefit from the shared expense of a top-tier legal team. From pre-bankruptcy negotiations with the debtor and other stakeholders to leveraging the committee members’ collective strength in a contested plan confirmation, our restructuring lawyers deliver outstanding results to creditors.
Our work ranges from representing official committees in restructuring cases to representing the largest of stakeholders in ad hoc committees in some of the highest-profile bankruptcy cases in the country. We have the depth and know-how to personalize our approach to maximize the unique interests of the committee members.
We recognize that each creditor will have unique issues and goals in every bankruptcy case. We personalize our approach to maximize your goals, often actively engaging other stakeholders early in a restructuring case to position your interests for the best possible outcome. We recognize there are synergies and benefits for similar creditors to collaborate on shared goals to maximize their collective interests in a restructuring case.
Where it maximizes value to individual creditors to collaborate, we often form ad hoc committees to increase individual creditors' leverage to advance the common interests of the group. Along with our deep industry knowledge in retail, gaming, energy, manufacturing, financial services, and municipalities, we have a growing practice representing official committees and members of ad hoc committees. Our tenacity, creativity, and industry contacts make us well suited to maximize creditor recoveries.
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Our bankruptcy and restructuring lawyers advise and provide representation to clients engaged in a wide array of cases.