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Frasher Murphy's practice is focused primarily on complex Chapter 11 cases; however, he has experience in all areas of bankruptcy law in cases under Chapters 7 and 11.  Frasher also has substantial experience representing parties in out of court restructuring and workout matters, including Article 9 sale transactions.  He represents debtors, traditional and nontraditional secured lenders, post-petition lenders, bondholders, purchasers and all other types of secured and unsecured creditors.

Representative Experience

  • Secured Creditors: Representation of lenders, lender groups, investors, bondholder groups and all other types of secured creditors in commercial bankruptcy cases and out of court workouts and restructurings
  • Unsecured Creditors: Representation of unsecured creditors' committees, trade creditors, landlords, lessors and all other types of unsecured creditors
  • Debtors: Representation of Chapter 11 debtors in complex Chapter 11 cases and out of court restructurings
  • Trustees: Representation of Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 trustees in connection with all aspects of case administration, including asset disposition, avoidance litigation and claim objections
  • Purchasers: Representation of asset purchasers
  • Litigation: Representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in all types of bankruptcy litigation, including preference litigation, fraudulent transfer litigation, lien avoidance, insider litigation, equitable subordination and contract disputes
  • Article 9: Representation of both secured lenders and borrowers in sales under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code

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