Creditors’ Rights, Financial Restructuring, and Bankruptcy

Creditors’ Rights, Financial Restructuring, and Bankruptcy
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  • McGlinchey Launches “Green Leaf Brief” Cannabis Blog

    McGlinchey is pleased to announce the launch of the Green Leaf Brief, the home of articles and insights from attorneys in McGlinchey’s Cannabis Industry Group.

  • Marijuana & Banking: What’s the Hold Up? Pt. 1 – Conflicting Legal Landscapes

    Today, nearly four-fifths of the United States have regulated medical marijuana markets. Nearly half of the United States, consisting of twenty-one states along with Washington, D.C. and Guam, have acted to legalize recreational adult-use marijuana. However, the possession, distribution, and sale of marijuana remains illegal under federal law, which means any contact with money that can be traced back to state-legal marijuana operations could still be considered money laundering and expose a bank to significant legal, operational, and regulatory risk.

  • SVB and Signature Bank Crashes: Regulations to Come?

    The recent collapse of two large regional banks, and the expedited sale of Credit Suisse due to similar challenges, have left many in the financial services industry uncertain about the future. What should we understand about what happened and what it might mean for the future of finance?

  • McGlinchey Stafford Adds Adams And Reese Bankruptcy Pro

    McGlinchey Stafford PLLC has added a Adams and Reese LLP capital partner and financial services attorney to its creditors' rights, financial restructuring and bankruptcy group in Florida.

  • McGlinchey Welcomes Florida Bankruptcy Litigator Edmund Whitson

    McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that leading financial services attorney Edmund Whitson has joined the firm’s Creditors’ Rights, Financial Restructuring, and Bankruptcy group as a member (partner). Resident in Tampa, Ed focuses his practice on complex legal matters spanning the corporate life cycle, from transactions and commercial litigation to creditors’ rights disputes, workouts, and related matters.

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