Commercial Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights
The attorneys in the Creditors’ Rights Practice Group have a wealth of experience representing creditors in bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy situations. We have successfully handled multimillion dollar loan defaults, asset seizures and injunctions in state and federal courts. Our clients include national and local banks, financial institutions, lending institutions and businesses.
Because of our experience, our lawyers are skilled at crafting effective solutions to maximize recovery potential. We routinely handle complex issues presented by problem loans, from workouts to commercial foreclosures to bankruptcy. Our attorneys are among some of the most experienced in prosecuting suits to obtain pre-judgment attachment of debtor assets pending trial. In bankruptcy, we represent secured and unsecured creditors and advise banks in providing debtor-in-possession financing. We also provide value to our clients through knowledge of creditor remedies and experience in other disciplines, such as real estate, construction law, business law and municipal law.
- Bank and Lender Representation
- Commercial Bankruptcy
- Contract Forfeitures
- Deeds in Lieu of Foreclosure
- Fraudulent Conveyances
- Pre-judgment Remedies
- Lender Liability
- Truth in Lending
- Negotiation of Loan Workouts
Donald C. Schultz, Panel | “Ten (or more) Litigation Opinions You Need to Know About”, 22nd Annual Bankruptcy Law Conference, Virginia Bar Association (May 2-3, 2019)
Donald C. Schultz, “Tenancy by Entirety Law in Virginia and United States v. Kraft”, Bankruptcy Law News (Summer 2003)
Donald Schultz, “Admiralty Law in a Bankruptcy Context”, Bankruptcy Law News (Winter 1995)
Banks, Lenders, Financial Institutions