As a nationally-ranked master swimmer, Harry knows the importance of setting goals and the preparation and tenacity necessary to meet those goals.
Harry approaches each matter with zeal and a fresh perspective. He can mastermind a plan and follow it through to success. On behalf of both corporate debtors and creditors, including commercial lessors, financial institutions, financially-distressed businesses, financing companies, lessees, Official Creditors' Committees, secured lenders, and Trustees in bankruptcy, Harry handles matters in state and federal courts involving:
- Mechanic's Liens
- Lease Defaults
- UCC Issues
He also represents purchasers and sellers of businesses.
Creditors' Rights — Represented creditors' committee in Chapter 11, convincing mezzanine lender to waive its claim to avoid litigation, resulting in a recovery to unsecured creditors.
Creditors' Rights — Represented bank in its $30 million claim against airport security firm in Chapter 11, obtaining 100% recovery of its loan.
Bankruptcy, Workouts, Reorganization — Represented contractor in highly-contentious dispute with bank, successfully obtaining approval of a plan of reorganization, and resulting in the company continuing operations after confirmation.
Bankruptcy, Workouts, Reorganization — Represented hotel chain in bankruptcy, successfully reaching confirmation of a reorganization plan over the objection of many creditors, which resulted in a significant pay-out to unsecured creditors and the company continuing operations on a reduced scale.
Creditors' Rights — Represented seller of real estate and mortgage holder against a Chapter 11 debtor, successfully working to confirm a plan of reorganization providing for significant covenants which were breached by the debtor, resulting in seller reacquiring the real estate with a significant tenant in place.
Bankruptcy, Workouts, Reorganization — Represented an Ohio subsidiary of a Canadian company in its Chapter 11, successfully conducting a sale of the assets, avoiding the liquidation of the Canadian parent, and allowing the subsidiary to continue profitable operations less $3 million of debt.