Lenders must deal with problem credits, manufacturers must deal with insolvent customers and suppliers and businesses of all types must structure their relationships to mitigate the consequences of a bankruptcy. Financial distress also provides acquisition opportunities for those in a position to capitalize on them. Reflecting the reality of business, the Bankruptcy and Restructuring practice of Sheppard Mullin has been a key element of the firm's practice since its founding. We have the resources to respond to the time sensitivity of financial crises and the depth to provide whatever size team is required. And, as part of a large, broad based commercial law firm, we are able to draw on all of the resources necessary to solve the multidisciplinary problems presented by U.S. and cross-border business insolvencies, including ERISA, FCC, FDA, intellectual property, labor, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, securities and tax.
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