U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Bankruptcy is not just filing bankruptcy petitions. Bankruptcy courts hold trials. Much of the bankruptcy process includes litigation. When a bankruptcy case is filed, this can mean that litigation in other courts is removed to the Bankruptcy Court. The judges change; the rules change. Most importantly, the strategies change.
The Fox Law Corporation is experienced and knowledgeable with the laws in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. We understand the legal strategies. We have litigated before the same judges for many years.
We work hard to establish integrity with the judges and excellence in this arena.
Negotiating for Success
In one chapter 11 case, a company that demolished freeway concrete, the lender held all of the cards, both money and legal. The chapter 11 case was about to fail and the parties were before the bankruptcy judge on the lender’s motion to effectively end the case. Steven Fox convinced the lender’s representative to discuss the case with him. The lender insisted that the debtor had to agree to all of the lender’s conditions for the chapter 11 case to go forward. These conditions were terrible for the company. Steven Fox asked the representative what the lender would give the debtor if the debtor agreed. Surprised, the representative started giving back most of what the lender was demanding. After 30 minutes, the parties went back before the judge who was very surprised by an outcome favorable to the debtor. The judge had believed he would have to shut down the reorganization case. Instead, the company had a successful chapter 11.
Steven R. Fox has over three decades of reorganization experience.
The Fox Law Corporation is a small bankruptcy firm with a depth of cases and information.
The Fox Law Corporation, Inc.
Bankruptcy & Related Matters
17835 Ventura Blvd., Suite 306
Encino, CA 91316
(818) 774-3545 ph. (818) 774-3707 fx.