Roger Jones's practice includes all aspects of creditors’ rights and insolvency, including bankruptcy, loan workouts and restructurings, receiverships, foreclosures and recoveries, lender liability, loan to own, acquisitions and dispositions of distressed assets, and distressed asset investing. His practice spans a wide range of industries, including bank and non-bank lenders, investors in distressed assets, legal, automotive, construction, commercial real estate, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, technology, environmental, and oil and gas exploration.
Roger has extensive experience in representing secured and unsecured creditors in complex Chapter 11 cases, including bank and non-bank lenders, DIP lenders, landlords, equipment lessors, vendors and investors in distressed assets. He also has represented creditors in state and federal receiverships, collection actions, preference and fraudulent transfer litigation, lender liability litigation and other commercial litigation arising from debtor-creditor relationships.
Roger has extensive experience in loan workouts and recoveries and the use of loan-to-own strategies, public, private and strict foreclosures under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, purchases under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code, and other creative strategies to recover and create value related to distressed enterprises on behalf of original lenders and investors in distressed assets.