When facing financial uncertainty and distress, Foley’s Bankruptcy & Business Reorganizations Practice will help you limit losses and enhance value. Whether from the vantage of creditors seeking to maximize recoveries or debtors navigating unique challenges, Foley will partner with you to establish a clear and effective path forward.
With 40 restructuring professionals nationwide, Foley’s practice is among the largest and most robust in the nation, representing myriad creditor and debtor constituencies. Foley's nationally recognized practice emphasizes practical solutions tailored to specific business needs.
Coupling business acumen and industry knowledge, Foley delivers thoughtful legal advice whether in a complex chapter 11, an out-of-court workout, state insolvency framework, creditors’ rights litigation, or strategic acquisition or divestiture. Foley will serve as your trusted advisor and work each step of the way to craft proactive strategies for loss mitigation and counterparty risk as well as realignment in financially distressed industries. We share your vision and understand your particular needs. This is why Foley has become the law firm of choice for many of the most difficult and challenging high-stakes restructuring matters in the United States.
Recognized by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® and by The Legal 500, our highly regarded attorneys will provide practical solutions tailored to specific business needs. Our signature strengths include the following:
Foley has extensive experience in representing clients with cross-border matters both generally and specifically to multiple industries (including finance, real estate, services, energy, oil, healthcare, and securities), as well as cross-border workouts and insolvencies throughout the world.
Foley’s cross-disciplinary Health Care Restructuring attorneys serve the wide-ranging needs of health care entities across the country — from advising on insolvency proceedings to assisting in asset-acquisitions opportunities.
Foley has been a trusted advisor to leading U.S. manufacturers for more than 170 years — it is an industry we know well, and we understand that strategic priorities for U.S. manufacturers are rapidly changing.