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Communicating With Creditors When Winding Down a Business

No one relishes the idea of winding down their business. Unfortunately, business dissolution is increasingly common these days due to the economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the  

Dragich Law Firm Represents Seller in Successful Sale of Sakthi Automotive Group USA Assets to Bedrock LLC

The Dragich Law Firm is pleased to announce the successful sale of 37 acres and over 600,000 square feet in building space from Sakthi Automotive Group USA to Bedrock LLC. Our firm played a key role  

Recent Accolades and New Engagements

In a year that has had many twists and turns, The Dragich Law Firm has been busy serving clients in the areas of corporate restructuring and commercial litigation as a public health crisis resulted  

When Chapter 11 Bankruptcy is the Right Option (and when it isn’t)

To file or not to file? That is the question on many business leaders’ minds these days as lots of companies across different sectors of the economy struggle to gain traction, and an increasing  

Five Common Misconceptions About the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Process

It has been years since businesses have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection at the pace they are doing so today. According to data from Epiq Systems, commercial Chapter 11 filings were up 48%  

Amanda Vintevoghel’s Term as President of the Turnaround Management Association Detroit Chapter Comes to an End

Amanda Vintevoghel, attorney at The Dragich Law Firm, has recently completed her one-year term as president of the Detroit chapter of the Turnaround Management Association (“TMA”). While  

David Dragich Quoted in Crain’s Business Detroit Article on Anticipated Surge in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Filings

For a recent article published by Crain’s Detroit Business, David Dragich was asked to share his perspective regarding the corporate bankruptcy and turnaround market in metro Detroit. Despite the  

5 Key Issues for Landlords to Consider When a Tenant Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

The COVID-19 crisis has created a surge in corporate bankruptcies across the globe. As a result, commercial landlords have been forced to deal with more tenants, particularly in the retail industry,  

Signs of Distress: Key Legal and Operational Issues for Auto Suppliers During the COVID-19 Economic Downturn

In late March, most automotive suppliers, in Michigan, across the country, and around the world, halted operations as automotive manufacturers closed plants in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Auto  

David Dragich Article on Alternatives to Chapter 11 Featured on

The COVID-19 pandemic has wrought havoc on the economy, and the worst is yet to come. There has been a marked increase in Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings across a number of sectors, with retail and