Robin has spent the majority of her career guiding business clients through stressful financial distress situations. She has substantial experience representing business debtors, creditors, and committees in Chapter 11 business bankruptcy cases. Robin often assists businesses with out-of-court restructurings, including negotiating forbearance agreements, asset sales and debt refinancing. Robin knows that a lawyer can create and implement a plan of action aimed at achieving her client’s goals, but that ultimately the best outcomes often come from solutions crafted by the parties to the dispute themselves. For that reason, Robin became certified as a civil mediator and draws from her years of representing businesses and business owners to mediate all types of business disputes.
Mark is a business litigator with significant experience representing companies and individuals in a wide range of business disputes, including deal-gone-bad litigation and disputes arising from secured transactions. Mark also assists debtors and creditors in insolvency-related matters and helps clients with transactional needs, usually involving the purchase or sale of assets. Mark combines great attention to detail with a practical, common sense approach to find business solutions to his clients’ problems.
Bob represents businesses and business owners in a diverse range of matters, from bet-the-company litigation, to business reorganization and bankruptcy, to business planning and change management. Bob thrives when faced with complex challenges and is one of Nashville’s “go-to” lawyers when everything is on the line. But, as a business owner himself, Bob also seeks practical, efficient solutions to business problems large and small. Whether you’re a billion-dollar company in a multi-million dollar fight, or a small business working through a change management challenge, Bob can show you the way.
Paralegal and Office Manager
Lindsay is Waypoint’s paralegal and office manager. She has over 14 years of experience in the legal industry, primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, Chapter 11 bankruptcy litigation, and business planning. Lindsay’s litigation background includes drafting pleadings, discovery review and production, deposition and trial preparation, and researching assets for purposes of collecting judgments. In addition, she has experience assisting with the representation of creditors and unsecured creditors’ committees in bankruptcy and adversary proceedings. Lindsay’s business planning background includes drafting and filing documents in connection with the formation and dissolution of corporations and limited liability companies.
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