Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy

Sophisticated restructurings and business bankruptcies are like a multidimensional chess game; success depends on a solid strategy, a keen eye on the endgame, and an understanding of key relationships that facilitate client goals.

At Robins Kaplan LLP, we represent creditors and debtors, as well as other constituents, in complex corporate restructuring and bankruptcy cases. As deal-makers and litigators, our attorneys bring a broad range of advisory and crisis management skills to the business bankruptcy and restructuring landscape.

We take pride in helping our clients capitalize on our firm’s nationally recognized strength in litigation, as well as on our skill negotiating the intricacies of bankruptcy/insolvency/restructuring matters.

Working with attorneys in our corporate, real estate, and finance areas, we have the ability to negotiate and close highly complex restructuring or bankruptcy transactions or to litigate and try these cases and adversary proceedings to conclusion.

We have represented numerous clients in significant preference and fraudulent conveyance, and other business litigation matters in bankruptcy courts throughout the United States, including representations in debtor liability, uniform commercial code matters, leasing, director and officer liability, and accounting malpractice.

To learn more, read about The Four Pillars of our Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy Group.


Our attorneys’ experience spans decades of practice involving important--often high-profile-- business restructuring, bankruptcy, and commercial litigation matters, including representations in:

  • Acquisition/Sales
  • Committee Representation
  • Creditor Representation
  • Debtor Representation
  • Restructuring and Workout

Clients and Industries

We serve:

  • Bankruptcy Trustees
  • Bondholders
  • Buyers of Assets and Claims
  • Chapter 11 and Other Business Debtors
  • Creditors’ and Equity Committees
  • Directors and Officers
  • Franchisors and Franchisees
  • Institutional Lenders
  • Insurers
  • Interested Parties in Large Chapter 11 Bankruptcies
  • Landlords and Tenants
  • Liquidating and Litigation Trusts
  • Post-Confirmation Entities
  • Private Equity and Hedge Funds
  • Real Estate and Equipment Lessors
  • Secured and Unsecured Creditors
  • Shareholders, Partners, Members
  • Troubled Companies
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