WHP is pleased to announce the expansion of its Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights practice to include Insolvency Litigation. With over 55 years of collective experience, our bankruptcy and litigation professionals have an excellent track record of securing successful outcomes for our clients. The addition of Insolvency Litigation to WHP’s established Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights practice is a tremendous asset not only to WHP, but to all current and prospective clients.
Our Bankruptcy, Creditors’ Rights & Insolvency Litigation attorneys are uniquely positioned to assist small to mid-sized businesses, secured lenders, court-appointed trustees and receivers, and individuals with issues that may arise in chapter 7 or 11 business bankruptcies, chapter 7, 11, or 13 individual bankruptcies, and state court insolvency proceedings and receiverships. Such issues include, but are not limited to, preference, avoidance and recovery actions, fraudulent transfer actions, objections to claims, asset valuations, section 363 asset sales, successor liability claims, UCC Article 9 asset sales and liquidations, commercial foreclosures, and receivership actions.
We invite you to learn more about our Bankruptcy, Creditors’ Rights & Insolvency Litigation practice and to view the professional biographies of:
- John A. Polinko, Esq.
- James L. Miller, Esq.
- Philip J. Truax, Esq.
- Malorie A. Rooney, Esq.
- James W. Moennich, Esq.