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Hartford Creditor's Rights Lawyers

Hartford Creditor's Rights  Lawyers

Representing Clients in Creditor's Rights Litigation  in State and Federal Courts in Hartford


Practice Description

Myles Alderman and his team of Hartford creditor's rights lawyers represent clients in wide range of matters including, Commercial Litigation, Foreclosures,  Workouts and Business Reorganizations under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code.    The senior attorneys who lead our  Creditors Rights Practice have been representing creditors and other parties in interest for over 25 years.

Whether working with a local  lender or a secured creditor with offices across the globe,  the Hartford lawyers at Alderman & Alderman always strive to deliver Results Oriented Legal Solutionssm that will best serve the client's interests.   The goal is to maximize recoveries and minimize the risk for the creditors that we represent.

Our clients tell us that our approach works well for them. 

We encourage you to see how our Clients rated us in our  last Client Satisfaction Survey or read what others have said about our attorneys.

We would welcome the opportunity to discuss how we might be of service to you or your business.

Whether collecting an unpaid unsecured claim, recovering an asset, maximizing recoveries from a Chapter 11 debtor, defending a preferential transfer claim or preserving intellectual property rights worth hundreds of millions of dollars, we understand that our clients want Results Oriented Legal Solutions.

Attorneys at Alderman has authored dozens of articles and regularly share their knowledge as seminar faculty on topics related to Commercial law and bankruptcy.  Published works of interest to creditors  include Myles Alderman's new Book: Chapter 11 Business Reorganizations For Business Leaders, Accountants and Lawyers (Outskirts Press, 2006);  and Bankruptcy: A Creditor's Perspective (Lorman, 2004).

Examples of Representations: 

        Creditors Committees
        Secured Creditors
        Unsecured Creditors
        Licensors and Licensees
        Franchisors and Franchisees

Industries Served:  

        Public Construction
        Private Construction
        Manufacturing - Old economy
        High-tech Manufacturing
        Fashion Design
        Food Distribution
        Real Estate  and

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Hartford Creditor's Rights Litigation, Arbitration and Mediatoin Services:

Breach of Contract  Litigation

Fraudulent Transfer Recovery


Secured and Unsecured Claims in Bankruptcy

DIP Financing

Adversary Proceedings

363 Sales


Commercial Collections

General Business Dispute Resolution Services


            Rating 5 out of 5 from Martindale Hubbell    Client Champion - Martindale Five
                Stars out of five

Member American
          Bar Association - Business Law SectionMember
          Connecticut Bar AssociationMember American
          Bankruptcy Institute

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