Hedrick Kring Bailey Secures $6.8 Million Settlement for Client

Hedrick Kring Bailey is proud to announce our successful representation of the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Old LC, Inc. in a high-profile lawsuit. The case was litigated in the Delaware bankruptcy court and has since been covered by prominent news outlets like the Wall Street Journal. Our attorneys secured a $6.8 million settlement of claims against former directors and their affiliates, and the win is a testament to Hedrick Kring Bailey’s expertise and drive.

We pride ourselves on providing effective and efficient legal services for our clients. Our team of experienced attorneys is committed to working tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcomes, and we understand the importance of representing our clients with integrity and professionalism.

Through our strategic approach, we were able to secure a favorable settlement for the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Old LC, Inc, and our team worked relentlessly to ensure that our client’s interests were protected throughout the entire process.

We understand that navigating bankruptcy law can be difficult and stressful for our clients. That’s why we are committed to providing the highest level of legal services to help them navigate through complex legal processes. Our goal is to provide our clients with peace of mind, knowing that they have a dedicated and experienced legal team fighting for them.

We are proud to have helped the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Old LC, Inc. achieve a successful outcome in their case. To learn more about the lawsuit, you can check out this article from the Wall Street Journal.


About Hedrick Kring Bailey PLLC

Hedrick Kring Bailey PLLC, is a client-focused, results-driven business litigation firm. We act quickly and aggressively to protect your interests, focusing on what is important to you and your business. We are zealous advocates with extensive courtroom experience. We have a reputation for excellence and attention to detail.

By |2023-04-04T14:58:24+00:00April 5th|Case Highlight|0 Comments

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