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Jeffrey T. Kucera

Counsel to a large black-box defense contractor in its negotiations involving licensing issues and potential bankruptcy ramifications of technology transactions with development-stage high-technology subcontractors and customers.

Obtained $4.3 million judgment in proceedings supplementary against fraudulent transferees of assets of judgment debtors by reverse-piercing the corporate veil.
Counsel to Central Bank of Ecuador and affiliates in connection with bankruptcy and judgment enforcement issues in Florida arising from $600 million judgment issued by The Judicial Committee of Her Majesty’s Privy Council (UK).

Local counsel for the debtor in In re Premier Member Services, Inc. Formulated strategies and negotiated with committee for attorneys’ general for all fifty states and the Federal Trade Commission regarding marketing and credit-card issues; drafted and prosecuted plan of reorganization.

Counsel to a stalking-horse bidder seeking to acquire the assets and operations of a toy-making company. Negotiated sale and purchase agreement, and represented client at auction sale.

Counsel to the major secured creditor in In re Aaction Tree Farm, Inc., where the collateral was agricultural timberland in Northern California.  Assisted the client in negotiating sale of property to third party, and in obtaining protection for the collateral from diminution as a result of insect infestation, drought, and fire damage.

In re Feinstein Family Partnership 247 B.R. 502 (Bankr. M.D.Fla. 2000).

Aldea Communications, Inc. v. Gardner 725 So.2d 45b (Fla. 2nd DCA 1999).

Counsel for the debtor in In re VitalCare Group, Inc. Formulated strategies regarding refinancing of bank debt, defended against various intellectual property claims, defended against pre-petition claims of contempt of court, and prosecuted plan of reorganization.

Counsel to a major accounting firm in various matters, including litigation of professional negligence claims, Internal Revenue Service investigations and subpoenas, and bankruptcy issues.

Counsel to Receiver in action to operate, market, and sell operating company.

Counsel to broker-dealer in bankruptcy litigation arising from fraudulent enterprise providing non-recourse loans collateralized by publicly-traded securities.

Counsel to secured lender in actions against various real estate developers, including workout and foreclosure suits.

Counsel to secured lender in an action against a premium finance company; successfully obtained appointment of receiver and prejudgment escrow of principal balance of loan.

Counsel to major financial institutions for workout, creditors’ rights, and bankruptcy matters including negotiation and drafting of forbearance agreements; suits to enforce notes, mortgages, security agreements, and loan documents.

Counsel to equipment lessee in matters relating to oil and gas fields, and in bankruptcy relating to a trucking company.

Counsel to aircraft lessors and lenders in Avianca, LATAM, Aeromexico, Philippine Airlines, and Miami Air bankruptcy cases
Lead trial counsel for a telecommunications logistics company in suit relating to claims against and by a retailer who was terminated by the telecommunications carrier
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