Cullen Kuhn’s practice includes a wide range of issues related to distressed businesses and financial restructurings, including reorganizations and liquidations under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, debtor-in-possession financing, out-of-court workouts, receiverships, commercial foreclosures involving both real and personal property, asset sales both in and outside bankruptcy, and enforcement of creditors’ claims. He regularly represents borrowers and secured and unsecured lenders as well as trade and other creditors in all types of insolvency matters, including litigation in federal and state courts and related appeals.
Mr. Kuhn has served as counsel to large chapter 11 debtors in various jurisdictions, including both pre-packaged and pre-arranged bankruptcy filings. His nationwide practice also includes representing banks, non-traditional lenders and funds, public and private corporations, and trade creditors in bankruptcy cases across the country, as well as in litigation related to debtor-creditor disputes, preference suits, fraudulent transfer cases, and stay relief in bankruptcy. In addition, he regularly counsels corporate officers and directors regarding fiduciary duties in situations of financial distress and advises banks and other secured lenders on issues related to lender liability and best practices.
"Agreements to Forbear: Navigating Loan Enforcement and Liability in Times of Trouble," The Show-Me Banker, May 2016