Our distressed assets team focuses on maximizing the recovery, realization, and stabilization of assets, as well as mitigating losses.

Our team is highly experienced in representing lenders, servicers, developers, borrowers, landlords, tenants, and creditors facing challenges with distressed assets, from single asset facilities to multistate real estate portfolios. Our focus is on maximizing the recovery, realization, and stabilization of assets, as well as mitigating losses for creditors and debtors alike. Our team’s experience and judgment comes from navigating past economic downturns and turmoil, and we effectively assist clients with a broad spectrum of issues, including:

  • Acquisition and disposition of distressed real estate;
  • Creditors’ rights and bankruptcy;
  • Guiding clients through commercial foreclosures, evictions, and property recovery;
  • Debt and equity restructuring, modifications, and workouts;
  • Forbearance agreements and deeds in lieu;
  • Lease rights and remedies;
  • Collateral realization settlements;
  • Facilitating and resolving complex title issues;
  • Tax, accounting, and environmental issues pertaining to distressed properties and;
  • Industry-specific experience in hospitality/resorts, oil and gas, coal, precious metals, and renewable energy.

Our attorneys collaborate with colleagues across practice disciplines, industries, and offices to meet the needs of clients. Attorneys throughout our firm’s footprint, including in our Washington, D.C. office, advise clients in specific industries on interests including governmental access, legislative monitoring, and advocacy resources.  

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