Since our founding in 1982, we at Keen-Summit have been wholly focused on: (A) selling businesses and business assets, especially real estate, in special situations, restructurings, bankruptcies, receiverships and Article 9 sales, and (B) representing tenants in renegotiating leases and mitigating leasehold liabilities.
We are experienced strategists and tough negotiators.
Our Bankruptcy Work is Unsurpassed
Harold Bordwin and Matthew Bordwin, Keen-Summit’s principals, are both attorneys (though no longer practicing law). They provide our clients with invaluable insights based upon decades of experience. Moreover, Harold and Matthew typically work closely and effectively with your legal counsel to resolve transactional issues, real estate issues and bankruptcy issues.
With court ordered sales, whether in bankruptcy court, a federal district court or a state court, transactions need to be presented to and approved by the court. We are experienced expert witnesses and wholly comfortable testifying both in deposition and in Court.
In the real estate services sector, most firms not only try to list every property for sale in a given market (thus having their clients’ properties competing with each other) but also try to represent, simultaneously, buyers and sellers, tenants and landlords. All of this gives rise to conflicts of interest.
At Keen-Summit, whether selling real estate or selling a business, we only represent sellers and we do not simultaneously represent competing sellers. With lease renegotiation projects, we only represent tenants; our duty of loyalty is solely with the tenants.
We are business savvy, trusted advisors. We work doggedly to earn the trust and respect of our clients, our peers and the attorneys, accountants, financial advisors and investment bankers with whom we work.
The bottom line is that when you become a Keen-Summit client, we become your trusted advisor. You are placing yourself in great hands because delivering outstanding client service is at the core of everything that we do