We have represented a wide range of fiduciaries including bankruptcy trustees, post-confirmation liquidation trustees, receivers appointed by state courts and federal courts (including those appointed at the request of the Securities & Exchange Commission), and assignees for the benefit of creditors.  From such representations, we understand fiduciaries must often make difficult decisions that are subject to second guessing by those with the luxury of hindsight.  As such, we focus not only on accomplishing what our fiduciary clients want us to accomplish—whether it be through negotiation or litigation—but also on helping them make such difficult decisions.  In addition, we frequently represent parties that are being sued by a fiduciary or are entering into a transaction with a fiduciary.  As a result, we offer our fiduciary clients more objectivity because we are better able to see the issues from both perspectives.