For over thirty years, Bialson, Bergen & Schwab has represented public and private companies in all aspects of commercial law and litigation, bankruptcy, insolvency, and creditor rights, both in the United States and throughout the world. We assist in the facilitation of the credit cycle: the negotiation, documentation and implementation of commercial risk management tools; the collection of problem accounts and resolution of commercial disputes through negotiation and litigation; and the representation of creditors regarding bankruptcy or insolvency issues. In each of these practice areas we provide representation on a worldwide basis. We negotiate creative and innovative business solutions to commercial problems whenever possible and aggressively litigate when negotiation proves ineffective.
Our predominant client profile consists of large institutional and technology-driven companies with multinational sales operations that require sophisticated legal representation in international commercial, bankruptcy, and asset recovery matters. For many of these clients, we often act as a single worldwide coordinating outsource in these practice areas, providing direct representation in many instances and retaining local counsel when necessary or appropriate.
Consistent with our client service focus, all of our attorneys are partner level. Our clients demand, expect and receive immediate answers to inquiries from seasoned lawyers knowledgeable in their respective practice areas. We take pride in the fact that we have represented many of our clients, which include some of the world's most successful technology companies, for over twenty years.
The Firm strives to be pragmatic in approach, creative and businesslike in our solutions, and economical in cost.
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