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He is a veteran Delaware bankruptcy attorney who represents a variety of stakeholders in bankruptcy transactions and litigations. Frank also is a mediator and arbitrator of business and bankruptcy disputes.
A certified business bankruptcy attorney with nearly 35 years of experience, Frank Monaco’s practice consists primarily of representing debtors, creditor committees, individual creditors and other interest holders, including secured lenders, indenture trustees, government agencies, trade creditors, equipment lessors, landlords, asset purchasers, bondholders and stockholders. His bankruptcy experience covers all matters of litigation and transactions, including involuntary petitions, avoidance actions, relief from stay proceedings, trustee motions, sale and purchase of assets, executory contracts and lease issues, post-petition financing, disclosure statements, plan confirmations and representing liquidating trustees and plan administrators in the wind-down of estates. Frank has been a Chapter 11 trustee and a liquidating trustee. He has been a frequent speaker at bankruptcy seminars and conferences. In addition, Frank is a certified mediator and serves as an arbitrator in business disputes and bankruptcy cases and a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute Mediation Committee. He has a proven success rate in reaching settlement in both consensual and court-appointed mediations. Frank has mediated more than 50 cases in Delaware and has served as an arbitrator in numerous Delaware Superior Court cases.
Frank regularly represents clients in commercial litigation disputes in the Chancery, District and Superior Courts of Delaware.
Any result the lawyer or law firm may have achieved on behalf of clients in other matters does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients.
Involvement in the following major bankruptcy cases:
Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights
Alternative Dispute Resolution