With more than 17 years of experience as a trusted counselor, Adina Pollan’s versatile practice spans every point along the corporate life cycle, from corporate formation, governance, and transactions to commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Her background ranging from Big Law to boutique firms and solo practice affords her a unique capacity to advocate for client interests in a wide variety of contexts.
Adina’s particular knowledge of the bankruptcy courts and processes makes her an invaluable asset to clients who find themselves in financial distress. With experience gained from years of advising clients on both sides of the aisle, Adina represents the interests of creditors and debtors in all cases under the Bankruptcy Code, including Chapters 7, 11, 12 and 13. Adina also excels at navigating the nuances at play in adversary proceedings, including preference and fraudulent transfer actions, and contested motions, as well as the related contexts of negotiations, loan restructuring, workouts, receiverships, assignments for the benefit of creditors, and avoiding or pursuing collections.
No matter the dispute, Adina has a record of demonstrated success in the litigation context. Her representation has spanned the gamut of business disputes involving fraud, breach of contract, business ownership, non-competes, franchising, intellectual property, and fiduciary duty matters. She has also litigated an array of real estate issues, landlord/tenant, landowner, and foreclosure matters, lien claims, and various employment issues.
Her corporate clients appreciate Adina’s thorough understanding of the business life cycle and the unique challenges faced by business owners of all sizes. Adina has counseled corporate clients through formation and ownership questions to operational, contractual, and compliance issues to transactions of all sizes.
As a recognized leader in the legal community, Adina’s voice is respected in a number of local and industry organizations.