Foreman Law PLLC was founded by Michael E. Foreman in 2014 as a New York-based boutique corporate law firm specializing in representing companies, their creditors and other stakeholders in times of significant corporate transition and challenge. Michael Foreman brings considerable experience, cutting-edge insight, pragmatism and creativity to each client matter, as well as a keen sensitivity to the client’s objectives, concerns and resources. First and foremost, he is a restructuring lawyer, with considerable experience and expertise in financial restructuring and corporate bankruptcy, transactions (mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and major contracts) and corporate governance issues, and dispute resolution. He has extensive experience in the C-suite and boardroom, across the negotiation table and in court, as both a corporate transactional lawyer and business litigator. He has worked closely with clients as their independent outside general counsel, conflicts counsel or special counsel. He is a trusted senior advisor to his clients.
The firm is lean and nimble, dedicated to providing Michael Foreman’s “Big Law” restructuring, transaction and litigation experience to clients facing their most demanding business issues and goals. He focuses on client service free of big firm conflict and other institutional issues. He meets a client’s needs in a cost-effective manner through efficient service, charged at a reasonable hourly billing rate that reflects the firm’s low overhead and presence in Westchester County, New York. He uses alternative fee arrangements where appropriate. Foreman Law PLLC is a lean business operation, using budgets, technology and a vast network of top professionals to optimize the value provided to a client’s bottom line.
Clients hire Foreman Law PLLC because they trust that this firm will represent them in their most demanding, challenging matters, when they are facing times of significant business challenge or transformation – financial distress or restructurings, operational or regulatory changes, acquisitions, divestitures, division or plant closings, internal or external investigations, management or employee wrongdoing (including, financial or regulatory violations, malfeasance and fraud), and high-stakes litigation. “Regardless of size, newsworthiness or significance to an industry or region or because of the legal and business issues involved, the clients’ matters are important because they matter to my clients.”