COOCH AND TAYLOR's Business and Commercial Bankruptcy practice has evolved and expanded during the last thirty years to include the representation of liquidating trustees and broad involvement in a significant number of large Chapter 11 cases filed in the District of Delaware. The Business and Commercial Bankruptcy group also has extensive experience in diverse bankruptcy litigation matters including commercial real estate, and union and pension fund representation. While handling sophisticated matters, the Firm's bankruptcy attorneys pride themselves on providing personalized service to all their individual and corporate clients.
The bankruptcy attorneys represent a broad array of creditors in Chapter 11 cases including secured and unsecured creditors, trade creditors, landlords, equipment lessors, governmental entities and others. They also represent parties in multiple types of bankruptcy litigation matters before the United States Bankruptcy Court, the United States District Court and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. They have been involved in thousands of preference and fraudulent conveyance actions on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants, including litigating these actions through trial and subsequent appeal. Through these diverse representations, the department has become adept at handling liquidation proceedings as well as reorganizational and other commercial, transactional, and litigation issues.
In addition to the direct representation of clients, the department also provides Delaware local counsel services for out-of-state lawyers.