Chris Hawkins represents clients in a wide variety of bankruptcy and insolvency-related matters across the country. He represents debtors and creditors in out-of-court business restructurings and chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. Chris represents creditors and financial institutions in bankruptcy-related litigation. He devotes a substantial portion of his practice to advising large financial institutions on bankruptcy compliance matters and bankruptcy-related regulatory matters.
Chris’ practice includes the representation of debtors in complex chapter 11 cases across a wide variety of industries, including healthcare, construction, wholesale/retail and manufacturing. Chris also represents lenders, landlords, and other businesses in bankruptcy cases and out-of-court workouts.
Chris has an active trial practice in bankruptcy litigation, including adversary proceedings and contested matters involving preferences, fraudulent transfers, nondischargeability, relief from stay, and lien avoidance issues. Moreover, Chris represents lenders and servicers in bankruptcy adversary proceedings throughout the country involving alleged violations of the United States Bankruptcy Code, federal consumer protection statutes and related regulations.