Kronick represents a diverse group of clients in relation to banking law, corporate finance law and creditors rights issues. Our team of attorneys provides businesses, secured creditors, local, regional and national financial institutions the legal expertise necessary to ensure the protection, preservation and recovery of their assets and investments with the minimization of losses.
We use strategic legal collection techniques to protect our clients’ interests, collect on consumer and commercial debts, and preserve their securities and collateral. Our emphasis is on recognizing and understanding our clients’ business objectives and applying the legal solutions that will most effectively achieve their goals.
With years of expertise in working with creditors and financial institutions, we can assist in loan documentation, loan workouts, problem loans and restructurings, review loan applications and related financial statements looking toward maximizing recoveries, minimizing any losses, obtaining relief from stay and dealing with issues relating to discharge of debt.
Our goal is always to develop effective strategies particular to each situation to ensure the best possible results for our clients. If litigation is necessary, our team of experienced litigators successfully represent creditor’s interests in State and federal courts, including bankruptcy courts throughout California.
July 26-27, 2018
Scott will provide opening remarks as Program Co-Chair and participate in a panel discussion about “Cross-Boundary Flows and Basin Coordination” discussing the legal issues around coordination challenges and issues (a) within a groundwater basin, (b) with adjacent basins, and (c) when an adjacent basin is on the critical list and yours is not; essential terms for coordinating agreements.
Jonathan’s presentation will discuss financing options and strategies for GSA/GSP and what GSP developers and stakeholders need to know about constraints and viable pathways.
Holly’s panel will discuss legal parameters for working with Tribes as sovereigns, including requirements for Tribal consultation.
Please visit the event website for more information and to register.
May 16-19, 2018
Kronick is pleased to again sponsor the Spring Conference of the National Creditors Bar Association. Shareholder Christopher Onstott will participate in a panel discussion about what is really in a criminal record and the source of the information for employment screening. The panel will explore overlapping tools in screening to conduct the best search to avoid negligent screening, and will review cases of missed criminal records that could have
provided a negative consequence. There are many trending resources to gather information about an applicant, which can sometimes cloud the basic screening tools.
Please visit the event website for more information.