The ax falls again.
We have stressed in select blog posts at the commercial New York law firm of Rich Michaelson Magaliff, LLP that careful deliberation is imperative prior to any decision being made concerning a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
If you’re an experienced New York business owner, you know that complexity marks commercial activity in virtually every aspect. Few things in the business sphere are unnuanced and simple, whether they relate to company formation, financing, dispute resolution or any other matter.
"Somebody had to go," says a grocery industry analyst.
A national article pointing to a mass retailer's current financial challenges notes a collective nemesis that is sorely testing mall-based fixtures across the country.
An interesting article in a national publication stresses the importance of timing for many would-be commercial bankruptcy filers in New York and elsewhere.
We note a quick truth on our business law website for commercial enterprises eyeing a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing as a viable strategy to overcome daunting financial and legal challenges.
Some law firms hold themselves out as deeply skilled in the counsel they provide business clients concerning Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy, when in fact they don't have a particularly strong focus on that practice area.
We feel empowered to speak about Chapter 11 bankruptcy at the Manhattan law firm of Rich Michaelson Magaliff Moser, LLP, for many reasons. As we duly note on our website, "we have represented clients in the New York City area, Delaware and nationally in some of the most challenging and visible corporate bankruptcies in recent years."
A Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing by a commercial entity in New York or elsewhere can certainly signal the end a business life span for a company that has simply become overwhelmed by debt and other problems over time.