Hall & Evans represents banks, companies, credit unions, individuals, insurers, and other financial institutions with regard to matters occurring before, and after, the commencement of a bankruptcy case. Such experience includes defending against attempts by creditors committees, debtors, and trustees to avoid transfers and transactions alleged to be fraudulent, inequitable, or preferential. We defend attempts to disallow claims, revive obligations, or force the disposition of property. Additionally, we represent clients in actions brought against officers and directors, licensed professionals, and others named as defendants in actions brought before bankruptcy courts. Drawing upon our diverse legal specialties of colleagues throughout the Firm, we provide our clients with creative and practical solutions in the bankruptcy context.