R.J. Wood represents lenders in commercial litigation, workouts, bankruptcies and real property transactions. R.J. has extensive experience handling foreclosures, receiverships, title and insurance disputes, loan enforcement litigation and restructurings. He has successfully represented national, state and local banks, private lenders, CMBS loan servicers, distressed debt investors and judgment creditors in a variety of settings. R.J. has particular expertise in utilizing strategies to maximize recoveries in workouts and bankruptcy. He has obtained prejudgment orders of attachment, injunctions and writs of possession in complex commercial cases, recovered millions of dollars in settlement and prosecuted numerous actions to judgment.
I handle commercial litigation and financing transactions with an emphasis on representing lenders in foreclosures, receiverships, loan workouts and bankruptcy.
My commercial law practice crosses boundaries between transactional work, litigation and bankruptcy. The setting depends on an analysis of the best way to achieve the client’s aims and, if necessary, enforce its rights in each case.
It’s important to take a practical approach to cases and to look for mutually beneficial solutions from the start. It’s rewarding to achieve results for the client without unnecessary bickering.