The Brandywine Building 1000 West Street, 10th Floor Wilmington, DE 19801 302.984.3800
COOCH AND TAYLOR's Business and Commercial Bankruptcy practice includes broad involvement in a significant number of large Chapter 11 cases filed in the District of Delaware. While handling sophisticated matters, the Firm's bankruptcy attorneys pride themselves on providing personalized service to all their individual and corporate clients.
The department has extensive expertise in handling liquidation proceedings and many reorganizational and other commercial issues. Our bankruptcy attorneys represent a broad array of creditors in Chapter 11 cases including secured and unsecured creditors, trade creditors, landlords, equipment lessors, governmental entities and others.
They also represent parties in multiple types of bankruptcy litigation matters before the United States Bankruptcy Court, the United States District Court and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. They have been involved in thousands of preference and fraudulent conveyance actions. Through these representations, the department has become adept at handling liquidation proceedings as well as reorganizational and other commercial, transactional and litigation issues.
The Firm represents businesses, government entities, and individuals in all levels of construction law disputes, including owners (public and private), homeowners, condominium associations, developers, design professionals (architects and engineers), general contractors, construction management firms, trade contractors, subcontractors, and material and equipment suppliers.
COOCH AND TAYLOR's Family Law Department provides client representation on a broad range of domestic relations issues including, but not limited to, separation, divorce, custody, visitation, child support, spousal support, alimony, premarital agreements, protection from abuse, termination of parental rights, adoptions, guardianships and legal expenses.
The Firm handles a wide variety of labor and employment law matters for businesses and individuals, representing clients before all levels of administrative agencies, boards and tribunals as well as all levels of trial and appellate courts, both state and federal, throughout Delaware.
A former investigator for the Delaware Department of Labor, G. Kevin Fasic is the primary contact for labor and employment law issues, and his litigation experience includes employment discrimination, wage and hour disputes, prevailing wage and Davis Bacon, non-compete agreements, unemployment, child labor, whistleblower protection claims, unfair labor practices, minimum wage, federal civil rights claims, employment contracts, employee benefits, independent contractor disputes, and overtime claims. He represents employers and employees in these disputes at all levels of trial and appellate courts in Delaware, including the Superior, Chancery and Supreme Courts (state), as well as the United States District Court for the District of Delaware (federal).
The professionals in COOCH AND TAYLOR's Litigation Department have years of experience in the prosecution and defense of civil litigation. They regularly represent national corporate clients and local businesses in the full range of litigation in the Delaware courts. They have handled cases involving contract disputes, claimed breaches of fiduciary duty, commercial fraud, land use regulation, mortgage foreclosure, trust and estate disputes, fraudulent conveyance claims, product liability, mass torts, real estate agent malpractice, mechanics liens, guardianships, pension and employee benefits, condominiums, contract disputes and constitutional rights.
The COOCH AND TAYLOR Real Estate Department provides its clients with a variety of services in the purchase, sale or leasing of property as well as in the development and exchange of commercial and investment real estate. For its clients interested in residential real estate in Delaware and in nearby Chester County, Pennsylvania, it not only advises in the sale of properties but handles the purchase and refinancing of properties including, but not limited to, the preparation and review of Agreements of Sale, addenda, and leases, the execution of title searches and the examination and clearance of title to real estate.
The attorneys in the Trusts, Estates and Tax Group at Cooch and Taylor have assisted clients in all facets of trust and estate planning, estate administration, and fiduciary litigation in Delaware and Pennsylvania for over 50 years.
Practice areas include Trust and Estate Planning, Estate Settlement, Fiduciary Litigation, and Guardianships.