- Bank Fraud
- Breach of Loan Agreements
- Defense of Claims Against Debtors
- Defense of Claims Against Guarantors
- Loan Workouts
- Receivership Litigation
Often times a company’s most important relationship is with its lender. Provisions in documents such as loan agreements, forbearance agreements, collateral documents, and personal guaranties signed by a company’s executives or others may cause a lender to attempt to exert control over a customer’s business or may, from a practical perspective, limit a customer’s flexibility in implementing or modifying its business plans.
We at KHK recognize that sometimes a company is unable to comply with the terms of loan documents, We also understand that sometimes a lender can go too far in its dealings with its customers, including by failing to honor its express obligations to its customers or failing to honor its implied duty of good faith and fair dealing. If, as a customer of a bank or one who has guaranteed a company’s loans, you have received threats from a bank, are sensing difficulties ahead, or believe you are dealing with a lender who has acted in bad faith, give us a call. We are experienced in commercial loan workouts and otherwise handling commercial loan disputes, including defending a bank’s customers and guarantors in a collection or foreclosure action and evaluating potential lender liability claims.