Bush Strout & Kornfeld LLP

The attorneys at Bush Strout & Kornfeld LLP focus their practice almost exclusively on commercial debtor and creditor issues, emphasizing the representation of companies in out-of-court workouts and restructurings and companies/debtors in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. The firm was founded in 1992 and has represented numerous clients in most of the major bankruptcy proceedings in the Puget Sound region. The attorneys at Bush Strout & Kornfeld LLP have significant experience with financial problems in a wide variety of fields, including real estate developments, commercial fishing, telecom, wood products, retail, grocery, high-tech, biotech, dairy/agricultural, distributorships and financing institutions. In recent years, the firm has represented The Seattle Times Company in its successful restructure; Brown & Cole Stores (30 stores, $300 million annual revenues, $100 million debt to 7 lenders; 1,500 employees) and Port Townsend Paper (large paper mill, $300 million annual revenues, 1,000 employees) in their successful Chapter 11 reorganizations; Chapter 7 Trustee in the Michael Mastro case, one of the largest bankruptcies in the Western District of Washington; Larry's Market in its Chapter 11 sale efforts; Associated Grocers in its successful workout ($1 billion annual revenues, $300 million debt to 17 lenders); numerous residential and commercial real estate developers/builders; and publicly-traded companies such as CellPro, UStel and Westar Leasing.

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