For decades, clients seeking bankruptcy and corporate restructuring advice have relied on Waller's ability to develop practical and proactive solutions for restructuring and work-outs. Drawing on the talent of our financial services, securities, and real estate practices, we deliver comprehensive service.
Waller attorneys enjoy the competitive nature of their work, and thrive on delivering successful outcomes. Through our commitment to client service, we have gained the trust of large multi-national financial institutions and banks nationwide.
Waller has played a prominent role in many high profile bankruptcy cases in a wide range of industries. Trustees, lenders, creditors' committees and other clients requiring assistance with defaulted bonds or other financial instruments rely on Waller to provide sophisticated, yet practice advice. Whether a workout is undertaken within the bankruptcy court setting, or a receivership is necessary to enforce the remedies of a trustee or lender, clients can be assured that Waller has the experience and temperament to craft a resolution.
Growing up with the healthcare market over the last 40 years, Waller has guided many organizations through bankruptcy and restructurings, helping to shape that industry.
Waller's corporate restructuring attorneys have extensive experience representing indenture trustees and bondholders in default scenarios throughout the country. Utilizing their transactional and litigation experience, Waller helps clients navigate the insolvency forum, both in the pre-negotiation of contracts and afterwards, if a bankruptcy has been filed.
Our corporate restructuring practice in healthcare bankruptcy matters is complemented by the firm's vast experience with the complex regulations governing that industry. Today, we represent many of the largest public and private hospital companies and outpatient providers operating throughout the U.S., as well as governmental and not-for-profit hospitals and systems.
In the default world, Waller's healthcare regulatory experience is frequently called upon to protect the interest of providers, lenders, and debtors in light of Medicare, Medicaid, and other issues.