Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard LLP
Jeff Oleynik is a seasoned business litigator handling a multitude of corporate disputes, many of which end up in bankruptcy court. Jeff represents clients on disputes involving ownership, management and control of companies, and is frequently involved in antitrust matters.
Jeff often litigates antitrust issues, but also consults with clients on how to avoid “crossing the line” and creating antitrust and noncompetition issues on the front end, prior to any dispute with a competitor or vendor. Separate and apart from handing litigation over unfair competition issues, Jeff also consults clients about business practices and compliance with both federal and state antitrust laws and regulations such as Hart Scott Rudino, including analysis of Hart Scott Rudino as applied to sale of a company or joint venture of companies in the same industry.
Jeff has also represented companies, committees, and trustees in litigation involving officers, directors and shareholders of bankrupt companies and claims and issues concerning solvency, fiduciary duties of management, and pre-bankruptcy and the following consequences of pre-bankruptcy transactions. He helps clients with issues such as fraudulent conveyance claims, preference claims, deepening insolvency, fiduciary duties and management.