Litigation over debtor-in-possession and other bankruptcy financing often becomes a key issue in a bankruptcy case. This is particularly true with credit agreements negotiated prebankruptcy, which may contain covenants and provisions that can dictate the course of the case. In fact, directing the course of the case is often precisely what such provisions such as roll-over, lock-up, and release are intended to achieve. Since bankruptcy financing can result in additional encumbrances of debtor-in-possession property or cash, this arena is of particular importance to unsecured creditors in large chapter 11 cases. Our bankruptcy attorneys have the sophistication and experience to litigate effectively when credit agreements threaten the interests of our clients.