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The Dragich Law Firm, located in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, is pleased to announce that David Dragich and Amanda Vintevoghel have been recognized as Michigan Super Lawyers in 2021.
The promise of Chapter 11 bankruptcy is that it can offer a corporate debtor a fresh start through the confirmation of a plan of reorganization. That is non-controversial. What is almost always
To file or not to file for bankruptcy? It’s a question that no business leader wants to consider, but sometimes it’s necessary. Indeed, given the challenges and uncertainties of the last 16
Chapter 11 bankruptcy offers corporate debtors many benefits, including the automatic stay, discharge of debts, rejection of unfavorable contracts and promise of a fresh start. However, along with
The Dragich Law Firm was founded in 2009, in the midst of the Financial Crisis and on the cusp of the automotive restructuring boom. But every wave crashes and restructuring work, particularly the
Federal receiverships are an effective, but often underutilized, option for creditors to enforce their rights. In many instances, a federal receivership can lead to more favorable results for a
We’re all too aware that the world looks and functions far differently than it did twelve months ago, and the manner in which legal advocacy is conducted is no exception. Our firm, led by trial
The Dragich Law Firm recently concluded its representation of Gene Kohut of Conway MacKenzie, Inc., in his role as assignee for the benefit of creditors. The underlying assignment for the benefit of
We are pleased to announce that Amanda Vintevoghel has been elevated to partner at The Dragich Law Firm PLLC. Over the last decade, Amanda has shown great dedication to our practice, our clients, and
A state or federal court receivership can be a viable and effective alternative to a federal bankruptcy proceeding, which often costs more, takes longer, and involves more oversight than a