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When companies find themselves in distressed financial situations, capable counsel can directly address sensitive issues to minimize future complications. Kilpatrick Townsend carefully evaluates complex scenarios and structures and negotiates effective solutions on behalf of our clients. Our attorneys possess skills uniquely suited to resolving knotty legal and business issues, in particular those related to mass torts, pension under funding, labor unions, environmental contamination, and intellectual property disputes.
Many of our attorneys have scientific and technical backgrounds and are experienced in investigating, evaluating, and developing environmental compliance programs for a number of industries. We take a proactive approach in evaluating compliance with environmental laws and regulations, helping our clients avoid environmental violations and federal and state agency involvement. We also support them in responding quickly and efficiently when they become aware of potential infractions.
Complicated business challenges require legal advice based on solid practical experience. Several members of our team have served as trustees and examiners representing debtors, creditors’ committees, equity committees, indenture trustees, and purchasers and prospective purchasers of debtors or their assets.
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