Adams and Reese LLP
In bankruptcy and creditors’ rights matters, clients are looking for a resolution that meets their business and financial objectives. In most cases, the more efficiently you can deliver the desired outcome, the better off your clients will be. This means giving candid advice concerning the strengths and weaknesses of the client’s position, and assessing realistic outcomes. Clients look to me to assess the lay of the land, analyze the legal and business issues and get them to the finish line as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.
Primary Practice: Commercial Restructuring and Bankruptcy
Lynn Welter Sherman represents businesses, financial institutions, individuals, special servicers of securitized commercial mortgages, creditors, trustees, landlords, debtors, committees and other parties. Lynn navigates these clients through all aspects of Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcies, out-of-court workouts, loan modifications and restructurings, foreclosures, collection and enforcement of judgments, enforcement of security interests and creditors’ rights litigation.
Lynn has a fondness for challenging cases that involve multiple parties with overlapping issues and competing interests. Emphasizing an honest, practical, straightforward approach to her practice, Lynn focuses on reaching the best outcome for her client, rather than wasting time and money participating in inconsequential matters that don’t yield a direct benefit to her client.