Chicago Attorney Sherry Lowe Johnson Published in Illinois Banker Magazine on “Proactive Steps for the Secured Lender in the World of Bankruptcy”
CHICAGO, IL – Chicago attorney Sherry Lowe Johnson published an article titled, “Proactive Steps for the Secured Lender in the World of Bankruptcy” in Illinois Banker Magazine.
The article discusses how the bankruptcy code contains protective measures for bankrupt borrowers that may adversely affect the lender’s ability to recover their debt. Johnson gives insight on how to best shield those lenders.
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Johnson has over 20 years of experience in representing financial institutions, equipment leasing companies, and corporations in commercial matters in state, federal and bankruptcy courts. Johnson specializes in complex litigation, including lender liability claims, fraud claims, programmatic failures, factoring agreements, and commercial contract disputes. She handles all aspects of bankruptcy from the creditor's perspective, including Chapter 11 plan treatment of creditors’ claims, lien priority and competing secured creditors' issues, fraudulent transfers and avoidance claims, critical vendors' claims, and liquidation processes. Johnson strategizes with clients to achieve profitable results in workout and debt restructuring transactions when amicable resolutions are viable options to turnaround credit relationships.
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