A member of Armstrong Teasdale’s Financial Services and Real Estate practice group, Tracy O’Steen guides clients through bankruptcy matters, distressed loans, commercial loan transactions, receiverships, landlord tenant disputes and other related commercial litigation.
Navigating the complications of business insolvencies, Tracy also represents creditors seeking to maximize their return through bankruptcy, preference litigation and other litigation relating to the debtor-creditor relationship.
In bankruptcy settings, she represents clients’ interests with respect to Chapter 11 reorganizations, Chapter 7 liquidations and preference litigation. Tracy also assists secured lenders with enforcement of their state law collection rights, including suing and collecting on distressed loans, real estate foreclosures, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) foreclosures of personal property and all aspects of post-judgment collection efforts.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Tracy M. O'Steen