A native Phoenician, Philip has practiced in the state of Arizona for over 36 years, although throughout his practice he has solved complex legal issues across the United States from Maine to Guam. He has extensive experience with workouts for financial institutions and businesses including management, restructuring, foreclosure, asset recovery, asset sales, real property, litigation, litigation management, liquidation and Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganizations. Philip represents individuals and institutional creditors, trusts, debtors, Chapter 11 trustees, receivers, liquidation trusts and creditor and equity committees in state and federal court actions. His specific areas of experience include:
Regulated industries, utilities, and services
Loan and contract negotiations, loan and contract origination, administration and documentation
Real estate – documentation, title work, securitization, trusting, land banking, transfers, options, leaseholds on behalf of landlords and tenants, lease negotiations, drafting, and terminations
Workouts, including loans and security modifications, forbearance, judicial stipulations and restructures
Bankruptcy – Chapter 11 and Chapter 7, representing creditors, debtors, trustees and committees
Forensic transaction analysis and correction
During the course of his extensive business law practice, Philip has assisted clients through many complex and nontraditional legal matters. If you or your business have identified needs beyond the scope of the areas listed above, please contact Philip to discuss your options.