Graham’s practice in the Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy group encompasses a broad range of bankruptcy, restructuring, and corporate matters with a focus on litigation, distressed M&A transactions, and representing lenders in a connection with commercial workouts and restructurings.
He has represented debtors, trustees, receivers, unsecured and secured creditors in Chapter 11 cases and federal and state court receiverships and foreclosures. Graham has also represented commercial lessors and lessees, financial institutions, receivers, special servicers, and commercial lenders 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/borrowing transactions: real estate finance; accounts receivable and inventory finance; mezzanine finance; cash flow finance; health care finance; equipment finance; and debtor-in-possession finance.
Graham was honored with the “Restructuring Deal of the Year between $10 million and $100 million,” for his involvement in the receivership and sale of Turkington Industries/Turkington USA, LLC.