Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights


Lawyers in Hand Arendall's Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Practice Group represent creditors both in and out of bankruptcy court. The lawyers in this Practice Group have substantial experience in representing creditors in Chapter 7,11, and 13 proceedings, as well as out-of-court workouts and collection cases. Its members practice in all state, federal and bankruptcy courts in Alabama.

Typical issues with which the Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Lawyers regularly assist clients include:

  • Workouts
  • Structuring, protecting, and enforcing secured claims
  • Foreclosures
  • Fraudulent transfer actions
  • Involuntary bankruptcy petitions
  • Appointment of trustees or conversion in reorganization cases
  • Collection suits
  • Defense of lender liability suits (including class actions)
  • Defense of preference actions
  • All types of commercial litigation

For more information regarding the Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Practice Group, contact Practice Group Chairman Benjamin S. Goldman or any of the other lawyers in the Practice Group.

Firm News

Thursday, Dec 14th, 2017

We are pleased to announce Hand Arendall and Harrison Sale McCloy will combine effective January 1, 2018 to form a southern, regional law firm with approximately 85 lawyers.

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Tuesday, Nov 28th, 2017
Client Alert: Wire Instruction Fraud

One emerging cyber scheme involves the manipulation of wire transfer information. Are you at risk?

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Thursday, Aug 31st, 2017
Mobile Office Location Announces Move

Hand Arendall will be relocating its current Mobile offices to Merchants Plaza renewing its commitment to downtown Mobile.

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Thursday, Aug 24th, 2017
Hand Arendall Recognized in Chambers USA

The Firm was recognized as a top firm in Banking & Finance and Labor & Employment. Also, Preston Bolt, Ginger Gaddy and Nick Greenwood were all recognized by the publication as top attorneys in public finance.

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Sunday, Aug 20th, 2017
Witcher Quoted in Business Alabama

Member James Witcher is quoted in the August 2017 Business Alabama article When Data Balloons, So Can Law Costs.

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