Rick Bixter is a Chicago litigation attorney who focuses his practice in the areas of corporate bankruptcy, cross-border insolvency, financial investigation and asset recovery.
Mr. Bixter represents creditors, debtors and court-appointed trustees, receivers and liquidators in complex corporate restructurings and liquidations in Chapter 11 and Chapter 15 cases, as well as under consensual, out-of-court "workout" agreements. Mr. Bixter has extensive litigation experience in connection with disputes involving financial fraud and distressed companies. He has represented clients in numerous state and federal actions throughout the country in connection with all types of corporate malfeasance claims. In addition, Mr. Bixter has previously served as an adjunct faculty member at DePaul University College of Law, where he has taught a course titled, "Corporate Workouts and Restructuring."
As a member of Holland & Knight's Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors' Rights Practice Group, Mr. Bixter represents creditors and financial institutions, as well as foreign liquidators, in major restructurings and bankruptcy cases throughout the United States, particularly with respect to the finance, energy, technology, maritime and entertainment sectors. He also advises real estate and corporate clients on issues arising in connection with restructuring, bankruptcy and receiverships.
Mr. Bixter has experience in all aspects of the litigation process and routinely acts as counsel on litigation, judgment enforcement, fraud, cross-border insolvency, asset tracing and shipping matters.
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