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FisherBroyles, LLP is a full-service law firm for the twenty-first century. Our Law Firm 2.0® business model prioritizes the highest quality of legal services by partners who have the most relevant expertise, while our structure maximizes efficiency, responsiveness, and value. Our law firm model simply aligns the interests of clients and attorneys by identifying and eliminating the inefficiencies of the traditional law firm model.
The firm’s bankruptcy attorneys concentrate in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, business restructurings and recoveries, official unsecured creditor committee representations, secured lender representation, 363 asset sales/purchases, mergers and acquisitions and other processes benefited by the United States Bankruptcy Code.
The firm’s transactional, restructuring and acquisition experience covers the gamut of business transactions and industries including Construction, Oil & Gas, Securities, Hospitality (Hotels), Medical Facilities Acquisition, Acquisition/Divestitures, Real Estate, Aerospace/Aviation, Pharmaceutical Technology, Intellectual Property, International Business, Joint Ventures/Strategic Alliances, and Mergers and Acquisitions. Mr. Grant has represented numerous debtors, creditor committees, secured and unsecured creditors, trustees, equity holders, and strategic asset purchasers.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy is the process created by the United States Bankruptcy Code to preserve the going concern value of operating businesses and to allow for a decision to be made by company’s creditors and equity holders or the Bankruptcy Court (if agreement cannot be reached) as to how such going concern value will be shared, distributed or reallocated.
The Firm’s business bankruptcy lawyers have represented debtors, creditor committees, secured and unsecured creditors, trustees, equity holders, and asset purchasers as well as individuals, corporations, general partnerships, limited partnership, LLC and LPs in Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 reorganizations and liquidations.
Although the firm’s bankruptcy practice is focused on the Dallas and Fort Worth Divisions of the Northern District of Texas and the Eastern District of Texas, our practice is often nationwide (see Selected Clients). The firm has offices at The Crescent near Downtown Dallas and Highland Park Village.