Waldron & Schneider

More than 30 years ago, Waldron & Schneider was founded by attorneys well versed in addressing both simple and complex bankruptcy situations, whether from the debtor or creditor’s perspective.  As such, creditors and debtors alike seek the counsel of attorneys at Waldron & Schneider to facilitate the resolution of financial issues in an effective and efficient manner.  We represent debtors, creditors, trustees, lenders, and investors in both out of court debt restructurings, acquisitions and financings, as well as bankruptcy cases filed under Chapters 7 or 11 throughout the U.S. and our attorneys regularly work in the United States Bankruptcy Courts.  The firm’s years of experience in this area translates into effectively assisting both business and individuals to resolve a variety of debt related issues.

Because of our diverse perspectives and collective experience, it is unlikely that the Insolvency and Reorganization team encounter situations in which we do not have experience. Having been involved with cases on all sides of the docket, our attorneys are able to assess a client’s particular facts and circumstances, create a strategic path forward through alternative causes of action, and provide an experienced assessment of the potential success various options available. While a mutually agreeable resolution is always preferred, our attorneys are prepared to litigate the matters at hand with substantial litigation experience in both the Bankruptcy Courts and Federal District Courts.

Areas of Focus

  • Debtor Representation
  • Creditor and Investor Representation
  • Bankruptcy Litigation
  • Restructuring and Workouts
  • Debtor-in-Possession Financing
  • Director and Officer Representation
  • Trustee Representation 

Our experience includes:

  • Advising boards of directors of distressed and failing companies
  • Serving as counsel to debtors, senior debt holders, subordinated debt holders
  • Advising sellers and buyers in distresses mergers and acquisitions
  • Representing counterparties to contracts with bankruptcy companies
  • Representing key suppliers, landlords and tenants
  • Representing banks
  • Representing parties with significant claims against debtors in bankruptcy
  • Defending parties facing litigation claims brought by bankruptcy trustees and creditors 

Primary Contacts:

Marc H. Schneider

Kimberly A. Bartley