Rayburn Cooper & Durham represents clients in bankruptcy and financial restructuring matters throughout North Carolina and across the country.
Our Chambers-rated business bankruptcy practice is considered by many to be the best in North Carolina. RCD has extensive experience advising financially-troubled companies. Our attorneys work to maintain the viability of companies facing challenges through business workouts, recapitalizations, and restructurings, both in and outside of bankruptcy court.
Clients facing the prospect of insolvency take advantage of RCD’s interdisciplinary approach that exercises our wide-ranging experience in all types of business law, helping to uncover, when they exist, viable alternatives to filing Chapter 11.
Should bankruptcy be the best option, our attorneys have the expertise needed to negotiate a Chapter 11 plan with creditors or develop a Chapter 11 plan that can gain court acceptance over creditors’ objections. Throughout the reorganization process, RCD monitors, plans, and efficiently prepares all necessary motions and reports for the court including a Chapter 11 bankruptcy process.
RCD’s comprehensive experience across the spectrum of business law, corporate finance, general and complex business litigation, and mergers and acquisitions enables us to weigh multiple options for our clients — options that can preserve, protect, or salvage corporate assets that might otherwise be lost to creditors.
Recognition that Time is Critical
In a crisis agility matters. RCD’s workout, bankruptcy, and insolvency experience combine with the firm’s nimble size to deliver a rapid response. And that can spell the difference between liquidation and financial viability.
Serving Clients Large and Small
As with our business law and business litigation practices, RCD serves large corporations, medium-sized businesses, and family-owned enterprises that rely on our comprehensive understanding of commercial law and business operations to deliver creative legal solutions for complex business problems.
Since RCD does not represent large banks or financial institutions, we can be an invaluable asset for clients with lender disputes. Our aim is to avoid formal legal proceedings. However, if required to protect our clients’ interests, our lawyers are well-equipped to do so, including, without limitation, a Chapter 11 bankruptcy.