At Waldrep Wall Babcock & Bailey PLLC, we guide clients in all types of business bankruptcies, corporate restructurings, insolvencies, workouts, and related matters by providing solutions to creditors, creditors' committees, distressed businesses, trustees, and receivers.
Led by Tom Waldrep, a former United States Bankruptcy Judge, our firm provides solutions to creditors, creditors' committees, distressed businesses, trustees, and receivers. We have extensively represented buyers and sellers of assets in and out of bankruptcy and also represent receivers in both state and federal court. Our noteworthy experience includes cases involving healthcare debtors, especially hospitals, and regularly representing private equity groups and other financial institutions in buying and managing distressed healthcare assets. We are heavily involved in asbestos bankruptcies in multiple jurisdictions.
We Provide Bankruptcy Services For The Following
We have extensive experience guiding businesses across a wide variety of industries through complex financial and operational challenges.
We regularly represent official committees of unsecured creditors in business Chapter 11 bankruptcies of retailers, manufacturers, and other industries. We also represent official and ad hoc committees of claimants in asbestos cases.
We represent a wide variety of creditors and secured lenders in business bankruptcies and insolvency matters, including individual creditors, private equity groups, special servicers, and distressed buyers.
We often serve as general and special counsel to Chapter 11, Chapter 7, and plan trustees.
We are experienced in guiding rural hospitals through the Chapter 11 reorganization process and in out-of-court workouts.
We regularly represent farms facing financial or operational challenges.
Healthcare Restructuring and Insolvency
We represent debtors, creditors, trustees, asset acquirers, and sellers of healthcare assets both in and out of bankruptcy.
The Business Bankruptcy Team
Tom Waldrep, Kevin Sink, Jim Lanik, Jennifer Lyday, Ciara L. Rogers, and Diana Santos Johnson