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Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring

“When I have my most difficult and challenging matters, they are my number one firm. They have their finger on the pulse; they have all the information at any given time. They are up to date on the law." 

                          

                            Chambers USA - America's Leading Lawyers for Business 2014

Young Conaway's Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Section brings skill, experience and creativity to clients involved in large and complex insolvency cases.  Young Conaway's Bankruptcy Section is the largest in Delaware and one of the largest in the Mid-Atlantic region.  Chambers USA - America's Leading Lawyers for Business has identified Young Conaway as one of  the top bankruptcy firms. Clients have noted that "Every person we dealt with was strategic and reliable, and provided thoughtful recommendations, from the most junior associate up to the most senior partner." (Chambers 2012)  "They have the client's interests always in mind. They are efficient, and work well individually and together. Young Conaway represents incredible value and I would recommend them to anyone facing bankruptcy."(Chambers 2013)

Young Conaway combines the talent and expertise of lawyers from various disciplines with those of the Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Section to provide guidance, advice and litigation support both in and out of bankruptcy. Our Section typically represents debtors, creditors committees, secured and unsecured creditors, purchasers, plan sponsors, future asbestos claimant representatives, and shareholder groups, and has significant relationships with the most well-respected law, financial advisory, accounting, investment banking, and restructuring firms in the nation.

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