Attorney Craig Lifland was recently featured in the Connecticut Law Tribune article, “Technology Creates Opportunity for Hartford Bankruptcy Attorney.” Michael Marciano writes, “A recent videoconferenced bench hearing in Hartford, one of the state’s first, went remarkably smoothly, according to top Connecticut bankruptcy attorney Craig Lifland of Halloran Sage.” The full article may be viewed on the Tribune’s site.
In his practice, Craig focuses on matters related to business reorganization, insolvency, workouts, creditors’ rights, and general business. For more than thirty-five years, he has been involved in many of the largest and most complex Chapter 11 filings in the State of Connecticut. He has handled matters in numerous industries including:
In connection with these industries, Craig has represented borrowers, lenders, creditors’ committees, Plan Custodians / Plan Administrators, landlords, stalking horse purchasers, litigants, and virtually every conceivable constituency in bankruptcy and out-of-court restructurings.