Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our firm is rescheduling its annual Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law Seminar. We are planning to bring this seminar to you virtually on June 25, 2020, at no cost to you. Registration and details...
Heidelberg Steinberger represents several banks, credit unions and finance companies in their collection cases, judgment enforcement actions and all manner of bankruptcy issues. The firm also represents businesses and other debtors who have debt or liquidity issues. Whether the necessary action is funding substitute financing, preparing workout agreements, restraining asset seizure, or filing a bankruptcy, we are able to serve our clients in their time of financial distress. We have also prepared receiverships in state court for clients to both collect judgments and also reorganize a client when bankruptcy court did not fit the need. Recent actions in this practice area include:
- Filing a Chapter 11 case for a real estate development company;
- Placing a judgment debtor into a state court receivership to recover transferred intellectual property;
- Collecting and enforcing lien holders’ rights in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case;
- Defending multiple small businesses from a Trustee’s preferential transfer actions;
- Limiting the Automatic Stay against a corporate debtors’ officers (guarantors);
- Recovering assets from a debtor under the Fraudulent Transfer Act.
Heidelberg Steinberger is very proud to note former firm member, Cory Wilson, has been nominated for a judgeship on the US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals by President Trump. Cory opened the firm's Jackson, Mississippi office before...
I trust all of you are well and dealing with the Coronavirus crisis as well as can be expected. New reports are suggesting it will subside sooner than later. With this novel coronavirus comes the response of Federal, State, and Local governments and the need to...
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