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Graham Stieglitz

Graham H. Stieglitz

Partner - Atlanta, Georgia
PH: (404) 685-4316
Fax: (404) 214-7923
Email: Graham
PH: (404) 685-4258
Legal Secretary
Kathy Saint ()
PH: (404) 685-4289

Graham’s practice in the Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy group focuses on commercial and bankruptcy litigation. He has experience in commercial reorganizations and workouts, as well as transactional and litigation experience involving commercial transactions, receiverships, real estate and other business-related matters. 

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He has represented debtors, trustees, unsecured and secured creditors in Chapter 11 cases. Graham has also represented financial institutions, special servicers, commercial lenders, commercial lessors and lessees in bankruptcy cases and structured loan workouts. Due to his substantial creditors’ rights experience, Graham frequently advises clients on insolvency issues, such as bankruptcy-remote structures and preference and fraudulent transfer analysis, arising in connection with business and financial transactions and provides reasoned legal opinions on bankruptcy-related issues, such as substantive consolidation.

Graham's practice in Commercial & Corporate Finance focuses on representing banks and finance companies in various finance transactions in the middle and large corporate markets.  Graham has experience with the following kinds of lending/borro...

  • Represented Company in defending $22M+ fraudulent transfer action filed by Chapter 11 Liquidating Trustee. Resulted in a favorable settlement - less than cost of defense.
  • Represented Company that issued credit-default protection insurance to a Chapter 11 debtor. Assisted in prosecuting mass-action against approximately 100 credit unions nationwide in an adversary proceeding filed in Bankruptcy Court and later re-filed in substantial similarity in District Court. The case was resolved via favorable settlements for the client.
  • Represented large additive supplier in Pilgrim’s Pride’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Utilized credit control methods pre-petition to recover in excess of $1M of outstanding invoices while eliminating avoidance action exposure. Successfully got Debtor to assumed executory contracts post-petition.
  • Retained by turnaround firm restructuring a leader in distance education to serve as general outside counsel and guide successful distressed asset sale while maintaining accreditation.
  • Represented Lender in $45,000,000+ sale of two multi-family apartment communities, which were taken back from Borrower.
  • Representation of Georgia Gulf Corporation in the successful prosecution of a breach of contract claim in excess of $7,000,000 against Debtor.
  • Obtained a $25,000.000+ judgment for a secured lender.
  • Represent Receiver appointed to handle workout of approximately $150M loan secured by, among other things, six golf courses, clubhouses, marinas, raw land and a large ownership interest in luxury hotel in one of the premier golf communities in the country.
  • Represent receiver appointed to workout approximately $32M loan secured by real estate located in Georgia.
  • Represent Receiver appointed over leading manufacturer and supplier of food processing equipment in the commercial bakery industry. Assisted in the operation, sale and transition of the company, in an expedited time frame, which allowed the senior lender to recover approximately five times the estimated liquidation value and enabled the continued employment for approximately 75 out of the 101 employees.
  • Represented hedge fund in the workout of $6M loan secured by personal and real property in Georgia. Representation included (i) Prosecuting claims against borrower's principal and, after principal filed bankruptcy, getting that case dismissed, (ii) foreclosing on real property and personal property, and (iii) sale of the business collateral.
  • Represented small bank in resolving entire troubled assets portfolio - combined portfolio of approximately $25M.

What is your favorite thing about the law?
Working with my clients to understand their business problems and assisting them in finding the best way to overcome these obstacles.

What advice would you give to a young law student?
Maintain perspective on what you are doing and what you are seeking to accomplish. Don’t get so caught up in the destination of law school that you miss out on the ride.


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