Andrew Goodman has expertise in all aspects of bankruptcy and insolvency law. Clients include secured creditors, creditors' committees, bankruptcy trustees, banks and financial institutions, and companies in a variety of industries such as manufacturing, real estate, franchise, entertainment, retail and food products. The firm's expertise ranges from single asset real estate cases to reorganization of multi-million dollar businesses.
The firm advises clients with regard to their own financial difficulties and in avoiding the pitfalls of bankruptcy. These services include structuring the purchase or sale of assets to or from financially distressed businesses and negotiating informal workouts with creditors. The firm advises clients on various commercial transactions, including attachment and perfection of security interests; repossession of, or foreclosure upon, real or personal property collateral; and analyzing commercial transactions in an effort to minimize the impact of a bankruptcy by another party to the transaction.
The firm handles all aspects of bankruptcy litigation, including the prosecution and defense of preference actions, fraudulent conveyance actions and non-dischargeability actions. The firm also assists commercial and industrial landlords and tenants to protect and enforce lease rights and remedies.
The firm provides legal counsel in insolvency alternatives to bankruptcy, including out-of-court workouts, assignments for the benefit of creditors, receiverships, and liquidations of partnerships and corporations.