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Warren Graham's Legal Blog: A Special Word to Clients and Prospective Clients
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Location: New York, New York, United States

I am a practicing lawyer who lives and works in Manhattan, and specializes in Bankruptcy, Corporate Restructuring and Creditors' Rights, Commercial Litigation and Real Estate Law. I grew up in the New York City Area, and am a graduate of the University at Buffalo (B.A. 1976) and Fordham University School of Law (J.D. 1980). I have a wide variety of interests, but am particularly interested in history, politics, economics/finance and religious affairs, and am a frequent writer on a variety of those topics, and others. On a personal note, I'm a 54 year old man, married for 27 years, with two daughters, ages 24 and 20, respectively. Legal topics of interest may be found on my blogsite, http://warrenrgrahamlegal.blogspot.com, while non-legal commentary may be found at http://warrenrgraham.blogspot.com. The content of these sites will be centralized and easily accessed locations for both legal and non-legal analysis and commentary, as well as a description of my legal practice for clients and potential clients. Keep checking back, as I expect the content to change and grow regularly.

Friday, January 02, 2009

A Special Word to Clients and Prospective Clients

From: Warren R. Graham

I am, as you can see from my profile, an attorney specializing in bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, although my firm, Cohen Tauber Spievack & Wagner LLP, is a full-service commercial firm which can help your business solve your problems efficiently, economically, and with a practical understanding of your business needs. I invite you to e-mail me or contact me by phone in connection with any legal needs that you have. Consider the following:

What can my colleagues and I do to solve YOUR problem?

Our bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice has several components:

--In representing distressed enterprises, we partner strategically with ailing, closely-held or family-owned businesses to save their companies, by keeping the ‘wolves from the door’ while working to recapture the value that made the companies succeed in the first place.

--In representing creditors, we help develop strategies to assist creditors caught in the bankruptcy/restructuring maze to recover on their claims quickly and to minimize their problem receivable.

--In representing Landlords, we help real estate owner/developers minimize, or even eliminate the risk of getting stuck in protracted tenant bankruptcy cases, in which the owner/developer frequently has to deal with uncertainty, while ultimately realizing little or none of the leasehold value.

--We help develop strategies for buyers of distressed assets to maximize the realization of value while defraying legal and due diligence expense through the vehicles of ‘break-up’ and ‘topping’ fees.

If any of these solutions sound right for your particular issue, please feel free to contact me to schedule a complimentary consultation. Also, feel free to request your absolutely free subscriptions to the two e-books I have published, one crafted especially for the creditor and landlord who need to understand their rights under the new bankruptcy laws and the other directed at owners/managers of closely-held family businesses in financial distress. Feel free, at the same time, to ask to be placed on our list for monthly updates and bulletins from our bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice. There is no obligation, of course, and you can always “opt out” at any time. All you need to do is leave your name and contact information with us, and we will take care of the rest.

Also, let us know whether your organization might be benefited by receiving an in-person presentation or seminar by attorneys from our creditors' rights and bankruptcy department at our firm to help you understand these changes, and what they might mean to your business. You simply cannot afford to rely on your understanding of the bankruptcy laws as they existed before October 17, 2005. The changes are, quite simply, too profound and wide-ranging. Please do not hesitate to bookmark this site, and check back regularly for recent developments and reports which will, I expect, be of value to you in your business. I look forward to hearing from you.

Warren

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