Cross & Simon, LLC is a Delaware law firm providing counsel in all areas of corporate, commercial, and fiduciary litigation, bankruptcy law and corporate restructuring, and class action litigation.
Our attorneys have significant experience trying cases in all Delaware courts including matters of corporate governance and valuation, fiduciary duty, contract disputes, complex civil cases, intellectual property disputes, and class actions.
We also have broad experience handling corporate insolvency and restructuring scenarios, including out-of-court workouts. Our attorneys regularly represent debtors, trustees, creditors and stakeholders in chapter 11 and chapter 7 bankruptcy cases. We form and dissolve Delaware corporate entities.
The firm is willing to discuss non-traditional fee arrangements that align with our client's interests, including success fees, or other non-traditional structures.
Clients expect a return on their investment in legal counsel. We deliver.
files an action to stop unconscionable lending. more
listed among 100 Top Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers for 2011, 2012 and 2013. more
obtains attorney fees and costs award of $703,784.25 against Defendant Wilmington Trust after obtaining a $2.7 million judgment for bad faith breach of trust. more
obtains approval of million dollar settlement in class action against Nationwide Insurance. more
successfully obtains confirmation of BroadSign International's plan of reorganization and in completing a sale of its assets to JedFam Group, LLC. more
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Attorney Chris Simon selected in 2012, 2013, and again in 2014 as a Delaware Super Lawyer. more
Cross & Simon, LLC represents unions in the Tribune bankruptcy. more
Listed By The Deal As One of the Top 100 Bankruptcy Law Firms. more
wins specific performance in $5,000,000 stock purchase agreement. more
obtains certification in class action against GEICO insurance company. more
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obtains recognition of ownership interest in company and judgment of over $600,000. more