Lubbock, Amarillo, Midland, Odessa & Abilene TX Bankruptcy Attorney
Charles Moster has served as a Chapter 11 bankruptcy attorney for over 25 years representing clients ranging from startups to multinational corporations and the United States government. He had the privilege of representing the Economic Development Administration in many of the largest Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases litigated in the 1980’s including the LTV Steel Case in New York. Similarly, in the 1990’s, Mr. Moster represented numerous creditors including banking institutions, lessors, and secured creditors with respect to the array of huge retail store and airline bankruptcy case filings in New York, Chicago, and other areas including the following Chapter 11 proceedings: Macy’s, Woodward & Lothrop, Jamesway, and Eastern Airlines, among others. His published cases have contributed to the development of new case law in the area of Creditors’ Rights with respect to relief from stay litigation and denial of plan confirmation.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in Lubbock, Amarillo, Midland, Odessa & Abilene
Mr. Moster’s practice is focused on the representation of Creditors in all bankruptcy proceedings throughout Texas with an emphasis in the Northern District of Texas. Towards that end, he is frequently requested to represent clients in major metropolitan areas outside of Texas. Creditor matters include:
· Relief from Stay Motions
· Objections to Disclosure Statements and Chapter 11 Plan Confirmation
· Rejection of Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases
· Purchase of assets in section 363 sales
· Bankruptcy Litigation
· Filing of proof of claims
· Creditor enforcement
In selective circumstances, Mr. Moster will consider representing clients with respect to Chapter 11 debtor cases. Please feel free to inquire regarding same.