Marshall Law provides representation and counseling in a broad array of business disputes and commercial matters. Our goal is to find solutions for you and solve your problems to reduce or even hopefully avoid the costs of litigation. When necessary though, we have the experience and ability to represent you in both the Texas state courts and federal courts to obtain a successful outcome.
Our practice extends throughout the State of Texas, but we have particular familiarity with the Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts in Dallas, Ft. Worth, Plano, Sherman, Tyler and Austin.
Our focus includes the following practice areas:
Out of court workouts
Success in litigation depends upon an attorney’s ability to synthesize and simplify complex commercial transactions. We have developed this through considerable experience in the following types of proceedings:
We have represented oil & gas companies and other parties in the energy sector in connection with the following:
We have the experience and background to assist parties in the purchase and sale of companies and assets out of bankruptcy proceedings. Strategic purchasers continue to seek opportunities to purchase specific assets and ongoing businesses from Chapter 11 debtors and trustees, or businesses going through a non–bankruptcy workout. We can help you understand the complex procedures and advise you in the strategies to position yourself for a successful sale or acquisition in bankruptcy.
We have experience in representing official and unofficial committees of unsecured creditors in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. We also represent creditors in their capacity as committee members and guide them through the process to satisfy their fiduciary role on the committee and maximize their recovery as an unsecured creditor.
Our experience includes counseling and representation in all phases of workouts and restructurings of secured and unsecured loans. This experience extends to litigation in both the federal and state courts with respect to lending transactions and guaranties.