September 30, 2022

Volume XII, Number 273

Robert J Taylor

  Mr. Taylor, a senior counsel of the Firm, practices in the Insolvency & Creditor Rights Section. He has substantial experience in large Chapter 11 business bankruptcy proceedings, representing debtors, creditors' committees, individual creditors and bankruptcy trustees in a wide array of bankruptcy litigation, insolvency matters and related disputes.

Scope of Practice:
 

Pre-bankruptcy workouts and restructurings, reorganization proceedings, adversary cases, and virtually all other business bankruptcy and insolvency matters.

  Recent Representations: 

  • Successfully defended defendants in large preference avoidance actions filed in Hechinger Investment Company of Delaware, Payless Cashways, Bill's Dollar Stores, Ames Merchandising and numerous other bankruptcy cases.
  • Represented Chapter 7 trustees and liquidating plan trustees in prosecution of preference avoidance actions and collection of estate assets.
  • Represented debtor publicly traded company and twelve affiliated roll-up debtor entities, resulting in sale of thirteen companies in a 120-day period.
  • Represented committees of unsecured creditors in four separate Chapter 11 casino insolvency cases in Mississippi.
  • Represented debtor automotive parts manufacturer with operations in Texas, Mississippi and Mexico in Chapter 11 proceeding.
  • Represented Chapter 11 debtor home alarm systems monitoring company in Texas, including prosecution and settlement of $1 billion claim against another debtor in bankruptcy in New York.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert J Taylor

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