J. Mark Fisher concentrates his nationwide practice in secured and unsecured lending, business reorganization, lender liability litigation and workouts and creditors' rights.
Mr. Fisher was a leader of bar association activities related to the adoption of Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 2A (leasing) and the repeal of UCC Article 6 (bulk sales) in Illinois.
He represented the Illinois Bankers Association as part of the Article 9 Financial Services Coalition to enact revised UCC Article 9 (RA9) in Illinois.
Among other things, Mr. Fisher has been a leader in the recapitalization of financially distressed banks and bank holding companies (BHCs) and has developed innovative structures to utilize the sale of bank stock under Section 363 of the bankruptcy code to close recap transactions that otherwise would be blocked by the need for consent by shareholders of the BHC, holders of TRuPS or TARP securities.
Mr. Fisher also has made new law favoring commercial and industrial landlords with respect to their assertion of rejection claims, post-petition administrative claims, and myriad other issues in significant bankruptcy cases across the country.
Articles in the National Law Review database by J. Mark Fisher