Practical business-oriented advice is the cornerstone upon which Carlson Dash was founded. We focus on relevant issues and ensure genuine cost efficiencies by using the resources that are necessary to successfully resolve the issues that our clients need in order to achieve their goals and objectives.
Colleen has over 14 years of practice in the areas of insolvency and litigation. She has represented numerous parties in bankruptcy cases, most notably, debtors, secured lenders and unsecured creditors in complex Chapter 11 cases. Out of court, she has represented borrowers, lenders, trustees and receivers in a variety of insolvency vehicles. Colleen’s litigation experience has focused on general commercial suits as well as appeals. She has experience in bench trials and is proud to have argued before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Colleen is a co-chair of the Chicago Bankruptcy Liaison Committee and a member of the Turnaround Management Association and the American Bankruptcy Institute. She is committed to pro bono work, having been involved in, among other things, juvenile justice matters, appeals of capital crimes and insolvency counseling.
One resolution to a bankruptcy is a sale of assets pursuant to Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code. This article reviews one set of procedures for a Section 363 sale--obtaining a stalking horse bidder for a company's assets, and then conducting...
January 28, 2012
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