Perhaps nowhere is the Sender Wasserman Wadsworth difference more apparent than in our Chapter 11 practice. Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code allows for business reorganizations as well as liquidations administered by the debtor, not a court-appointed trustee. In recent years, Chapter 11 has been utilized for the sole purpose of an orderly asset sale (referred to as “363 sales”).
Sender Wasserman Wadsworth has represented debtors in hundreds of successful reorganizations throughout its existence, including the Brundage Bone Concrete Pumping case filed in 2010. The Brundage Bone case was one of the largest Chapter 11 reorganization cases filed in Colorado in the last twenty years.
We have represented businesses in countless industries in connection with a wide variety of contested issues, including secured debt and lease disputes, involuntary proceedings, cramdown and consensual plans, asset sales, litigation and liquidation trusts, trustee and examiner appointments and adversary proceedings.
In addition to a thriving debtor practice, the firm represents secured and unsecured creditors, Chapter 11 trustees and unsecured creditors committees. You would be hard-pressed to find a more extensive base of Chapter 11 knowledge and experience in Colorado.