At each turn, attorney Ryan Cochran is committed to maximizing recoveries and finding the most effective solutions for receivers, indenture trustees, financial services clients, and others, whether inside or outside the courtroom.
Ryan represents receivers and indenture trustees in receiverships over senior living facilities, including skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and memory care facilities. Since 2014, he has represented the receiver or indenture trustee in 24 receiverships over 37 senior living facilities, including selling 23 senior living facilities using a court-approved stalking horse auction process in the marketing and sale of the facilities.
In addition, Ryan has extensive experience working on insolvency and receivership proceedings involving municipalities, health care facilities, utilities, real estate ventures, and other businesses. He has represented creditors and debtors in commercial law matters, workouts, corporate reorganizations, and bankruptcy litigation. Utilizing his transactional and litigation experience, he helps clients navigate the complexities caused by financially distressed parties and projects, both in structuring corporate and credit transactions and in connection with bankruptcy proceedings.
Banks, financial institutions, and specialty lenders also turn to Ryan for assistance with the restructuring and collection of nonperforming loans and in litigation related to the financial services industry.
Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Ryan was the Practice Group Leader of a regional law firm’s Finance & Restructuring (F&R) practice. In that role, he oversaw strategic initiatives, including client service and case management, for the F&R practice.