We bring a full range of skills needed to help our clients in mergers and acquisitions, complex restructurings, business reorganization, borrower’s out-of-court workout options, Chapter 11 cases, distressed company litigation, dissolution and winding up of companies.
LGIC business attorneys regularly provide advice on related services, including structuring of cross-border issues: formation of legal entities, corporate governance, commercial and compliance matters, and business risks. Others are tax issues and investment incentives, intellectual property and licensing matters, powers of attorney and other estate planning documents, employment agreements, software as service agreements, and loan modification documents.
We have guided foreign investors through business planning, business formation and legal entity selection, business start-up stages, business growth, and provided business advisory services, including legal, finance, tax, market and risks factors involved in setting up a new business overseas.
Chapter 11 bankruptcy is usually an option for businesses undergoing a liquidity crisis to reorganize their debt and finances under the protection of the bankruptcy court to protect the assets of a company while the management negotiates new terms with its creditors.
Under Chapter 11, the management of the company proposes a plan of reorganization to keep the business alive and pay creditors over time.
Chapter 11 offers specific advantages for those that qualify, including a significant level of flexibility than other chapters, but it is much more time-consuming and costly than other forms of bankruptcy.
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