Chris McNulty focuses his practice on helping financial institutions in compliance, regulatory, bankruptcy and litigation matters. He represents creditors in bankruptcies and workouts of troubled commercial loans, leases and other contractual relationships and in commercial and agricultural litigation. Chris counsels clients in a wide variety of debtor/creditor matters including asset-based and cash-flow transactions, subordinated and second-lien debt, equity classes and rights, intercreditor agreements and participation arrangements including single-bank transactions as well as loan workouts, loan sales, DIP financing and Chapter 11, 12 and 13 plans of reorganizations. He has extensive experience in foreclosure, landlord/tenant issues, breach of contract and open account disputes, collections and business torts. In addition to litigation, Chris also advises banks and companies on regulatory and compliance matters, including but not limited to regulation, enforcement and investigations related to digital assets and cryptocurrencies.