State and federal courts around the country regularly appoint receivers, as officers of the court, to assist in resolving complex problems. The receiver’s role may involve marshaling, maintaining, managing and safeguarding assets of the estate in order to preserve value for the benefit of the secured lenders and owners. This course of action effectively facilitates the monitoring of funds, assets and properties of entities under receivership, with the goal of subsequently distributing assets under the court’s supervision.
Munsch Hardt’s experience in insolvency matters has afforded our attorneys the opportunity to represent, and even serve as, receivers, trustees, examiners and agents of insolvent companies and financial institutions in high-profile asset recovery and other insolvency-related litigation. Whether serving in state or federal courts, our attorneys regularly investigate and prosecute claims in the following types of matters:
- Business disputes
- Consumer protection
- Corporate investigations
- Corporate restructurings
- Director and officer Litigation
- Fraudulent property transfers
- Liquidations and dissolutions
- Post-judgment enforcement
- Professional malpractice and breach of contracts
- Real estate
- SEC matters
Munsch Hardt’s attorneys also maintain an active practice as receivers for United States governmental agencies in the prosecution of domestic and international fraud schemes. In these cases, Munsch Hardt is often requested to serve on behalf of federal agencies such as the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and Securities Investor Protection Insurance Corporation (SIPC).
Finally, while we represent and serve as receivers, we also maintain strong working relationships with other well-known receivers throughout the country through our involvement in the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers. This allows us to bring a unique perspective to our role and provides us with additional experience regarding all aspects of receiverships and fiduciary roles, including court administration, asset protection, asset sales, property management, fiscal oversight, forensic investigation, litigation and claims administration.