Bankruptcy & Restructuring Committees in Bankruptcy
Committees are generally formed shortly after a debtor files for bankruptcy, but must often hit the ground running in order to keep up with the sometimes frantic initial proceedings in a Chapter 11 case. Okin Adams attorneys have practiced for more than forty years combined in some of the largest and most prestigious bankruptcy practices in Texas and the United States.
Our attorneys are able to advise and represent committees throughout a Chapter 11 case drawing on their years of experience in representing official committees of unsecured creditors in many of the most significant Chapter 11 cases in the United States. In smaller cases committees are still play an important role in the bankruptcy process, and we are equipped to represent the committee on a cost-effective basis without sacrificing the quality of the representation.
Okin Adams: Houston Bankruptcy Committee Representation
Okin Adams is uniquely structured to meet the demands of representing committees in cases of all sizes and complexity. Our lawyers possess all of the experience and skills vital to ensuring that a committee plays a worthwhile and successful role in a Chapter 11 case. Because of our size, however, we are able to provide much more personal and flexible services, at significantly lower cost, than most firms with similar capabilities.