Lance Jurich, a partner in Loeb & Loeb’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors’ Rights Practice Group in its Los Angeles office, serves as a trusted advisor to many clients. He is a commercial litigator who specializes in business bankruptcies, restructurings and the enforcement of creditors’ rights. Mr. Jurich has broad experience representing financial institutions and handles complex matters for these clients. He also represents fiduciaries, including receivers, assignees for the benefit of creditors, and trustees in all types of forums.
Mr. Jurich’s depth of experience includes bankruptcy and creditors’ rights; real estate disputes; Ponzi scheme litigation; preference and fraudulent transfer litigation; partnership disputes; Chapter 11 plan issues; 363 purchases of assets; interest rate disputes; valuation disputes; assignments for the benefit of creditors (“ABC’s”); lender liability cases; prejudgment remedies; guarantor litigation; receiverships; and bankruptcy appellate litigation.
Mr. Jurich’s practice covers a broad spectrum of complex insolvency issues for clients in diverse industries, including real estate, entertainment, healthcare, hotel and gaming, agricultural, and oil and gas. He represents domestic and international banks, insurance companies, indenture trustees, hedge funds, private equity groups, distressed debt investors, trade creditors, strategic purchasers of assets in bankruptcies, entertainment companies, real estate developers, receivers/court fiduciaries, hospitals/healthcare providers, and agricultural lenders and agribusinesses.