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Davis, Pickren, Seydel & Sneed, LLP frequently handles post-default loan liquidation tasks on behalf of its clients, including, but not limited to, the exercise of pre-judgement and post-judgment remedies under state law, real and personal property foreclosure, collateral repossession issues, receivership, disputes between landlords and secured lenders, note/guaranty litigation, and the workout/restructuring of defaulted loans.

DPSS also has significant experience representing secured and unsecured creditors in Chapter 7, 13, and 11 bankruptcy proceedings and has handled numerous contested matters, adversary proceedings, and various disputes with debtors, trustees and/or other interested parties relating to lien priority, relief from stay, adequate protection, use of cash collateral and plan confirmation in multiple jurisdictions. DPSS regularly defends its clients in avoidance actions brought by trustees/debtors-in-possession/liquidation trusts to recover alleged preferential transfers and/or fraudulent conveyances. Moreover, DPSS has extensive experience in negotiating cash collateral stipulations and debtor-in-possession financing agreements. DPSS has represented creditors in connection with the drafting of plans of reorganization and post-confirmation trusts established to implement provisions of confirmed plans.

Michelle Koufman Leads CLE at ICLE’s Basic Fiduciary Practice Seminar

DPSS Partner Michelle Koufman presented among several distinguished attorneys at the Basic Fiduciary Practice Seminar in Read Full Article