Creditor Rights and Bankruptcy
Hawley Troxell’s creditor rights and bankruptcy attorneys have significant experience in complex commercial creditor rights and bankruptcy matters for national and local clients. We represent national, state chartered, community, and mortgage banks, consumer and commercial lenders, agricultural finance lenders, manufactured home finance lenders, as well as a wide variety of trade and other creditors.
Our services include:
- Lender Liability Defense & Regulatory Compliance – We have successfully defended lender liability actions and have expertise in Idaho and federal regulatory compliance matters, including commercial lending, residential mortgages, manufactured housing, and consumer lending issues. We are well versed in the newly emerging regulatory issues important for all lenders, and regularly offer seminars on topics such as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Privacy Law, the Patriot Act, the Fair Debt Collection Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and Federal and state telemarketing laws.
- Secured Transactions – We have experience in the representation of secured transactions, including revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. We routinely present to attorneys and industry groups on all aspects of secured lending and the protection of secured creditor rights.
- Foreclosures, Collections, & Bankruptcy – We represent creditors in real and personal property foreclosures, claim and delivery actions, loan workouts, forbearance agreements, collection actions, and all aspects of bankruptcy, including complex bankruptcy litigation. Our attorneys are involved in a wide variety of bankruptcy cases, including complex Chapter 11 reorganization cases, and have substantial experience in the defense of fraudulent transfer, preference actions, and non-dischargeability litigation. We represent our clients in bankruptcy courts throughout the United States in a cost effective manner.
- Commercial Litigation – We have significant experience in pursuing claims and defending clients in commercial transaction litigation.