Attorney Virginia E. George was recently a panelist at “Behind the Scenes: Evaluating Out-of-Court Workouts, Bankruptcy and Chapter 128 Receiverships”. She engaged in a thoughtful and informative discussion with fellow panelists Katie Mason (Quarles & Brady LLP) and Chief Judge Catherine J. Furay (United States Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Wisconsin).
At Steinhilber Swanson LLP, we take pride in educating our clients and colleagues in the legal industry. Partner James Sweet was recently featured in a Harney Partners Q&A, covering the topics of bankruptcy and assignment for the benefit of creditors (ABC). He provided thorough and insightful answers to questions such as: What are the primary… Continue reading Partner James Sweet Featured by Harney Partners
At Steinhilber Swanson LLP, our people are our greatest resource. One of our talented attorneys has reached a new milestone in her career while also being recognized for her legal excellence in the law and impeccable ethical standards. Virginia E. George is our newest partner. Virginia joined the firm in April, 2019 and leads our… Continue reading Virginia George is Steinhilber Swanson’s Newest Partner
At Steinhilber Swanson LLP, we have decades of experience working with consumers and creditors in all types of bankruptcy proceedings in Wisconsin. We understand the complexity of the bankruptcy code, the intricate rules of the process and the cases that have laid the foundational precedents in this complex area of practice. We are more than… Continue reading Sharing Our Knowledge and Credibility on Wisconsin Bankruptcies
Steinhilber Swanson is pleased and proud to announce that one of its senior partners, Kathleen E. Grant of Madison, has been selected to serve as a full-time Administrative Law Judge with the Office of Workers Compensation Hearings in the Division of Hearings and Appeals of the Department of Administration for the State of Wisconsin. Kathleen… Continue reading Kathleen E. Grant Has Been Selected to Serve as a Full-Time Administrative Law Judge
Grant Programs Accepting Applications: Equitable Recovery Grant Program – Applications Just Started! Apply here: https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/EquitableRecovery.aspx Tourism Capital Grant Program – Applications Just Started! Information here: https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/TourismCapitalGrantProgram.aspx Movie Theaters and Venues – Applications Closing October 15th! Apply here: https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/EventVenueAssistance.aspxAdditional information here: https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/movietheaterassistancegrants.aspx Summer Camps and Minor League Sports Teams – Applications Closing On October 15th! Information about Summer… Continue reading Badger Bounceback Update and Links to Grant Applications
Firms Recognized For “Refinancing of the Year” For Engagement with Arandell Holdings, Inc. Steinhilber Swanson LLP, a leading bankruptcy law firm and Harney Partners, corporate turnaround and restructuring advisory firm, have been selected as recipients of the 2021 Turnaround Awards by M&A Advisor. The firms announced they were recognized in the “Refinancing of the Year” (Under $100M) category… Continue reading Steinhilber Swanson Selected by the M&A Advisor for 2021 Turnaround Awards
Throughout the pandemic, there has been a national ban on evictions. However, the Supreme Court struck down the current version of the ban in a decision last week, which sets the stage for evictions to resume. Hundreds of thousands of tenants owe back rent (rent arrearages) to their landlords, and may be facing eviction soon, with the… Continue reading How Can Bankruptcy Help During Eviction?
Chapter 11 bankruptcy can grant a business debtor a financial fresh start. It allows a debtor to reorganize their business affairs, while their business remains operating. A plan of reorganization is designed by your lawyers, and confirmed by the Court, to provide for the treatment of different claims and creditors over time, facilitating a restructuring… Continue reading Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in Wisconsin
The rough year that was 2020 followed a 2019 that was especially hard on farmers. With two straight difficult years behind us, it’s increasingly likely that family farmers will need to rely on special protections afforded by the bankruptcy code. In a review of the general financial outlook for farming, the American Farm Bureau (AFB) views… Continue reading Chapter 12 Bankruptcy can help save family farms