Only Small Boutique Law Firm Ranked in Top Two Tiers of Bankruptcy/Restructuring in Delaware
Landis Rath & Cobb, a premier boutique law firm focusing on commercial bankruptcy, corporate restructuring and business litigation, is pleased to announce that the firm has once again received high rankings in the 2018 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
With one half of the firm’s attorneys individually recognized, LRC is the only small firm ranked in the top two tiers (eight law firms) in the state for Bankruptcy/Restructuring, led by Adam Landis’ tier one ranking among the top dozen lawyers in Delaware for his practice area.
Chambers calls LRC, a “highly regarded bankruptcy and litigation boutique firm that remains a major player in the Delaware market. Possesses a strong bench of attorneys who are adept at both lead and co-counsel roles. Acts for a prestigious roster of debtors, creditors and asset purchasers, from a range of sectors including energy, technology and retail.”
The publication notes that clients consider the firm to be “an excellent firm that gets to the matters quickly, understands them from a business point of view and offers practical solutions…very experienced and knowledgeable in dealing with Delaware judges.”
Comments regarding LRC attorneys include:
Adam Landis has extensive experience in bankruptcy and restructuring matters and related litigation. He acts on behalf of both debtors and creditors. Sources describe him as a “very insightful attorney,” and highlight his “ability to drive outcomes and manage difficult situations.”
Dan Rath is noted for his “strong and broad practice,” which regularly sees him litigate and advise on matters including fiduciary duty breaches, shareholder rights and issues of corporate control. He draws praise as a “very thoughtful lawyer” who is “very practical in his approach.”
Richard Cobb is well regarded for his handling of bankruptcy litigation. He represents creditors and lenders, and has recently been active in high-profile retail bankruptcies. Clients highlight his “consistent delivery of a superior product.”
Rebecca Butcher is a well-regarded chancery practitioner who is considered by clients to be “very knowledgeable on the law” and “an effective advocate.” Her practice encompasses a range of disputes, including fiduciary duty challenges and issues relating to corporate governance, with sources describing her as a “great written communicator who is very practical and knows how to try a case from start to finish.”
Kerri Mumford brings a “great mastery of the detail” and “total mastery of the law” to her corporate bankruptcy and restructuring practice. She has extensive experience handling Chapter 11 cases. Sources say: “She is smart, knowledgeable, and high energy.”