Bill Porter has represented financial institutions for more than 30 years in out-of-court restructurings and hundreds of Chapter 11 proceedings. He is a go-to attorney for high dollar, complex problems. Whether resolution of the problem credit requires intense negotiations or representation in court, he provides efficient and cost-effective solutions for his clients.
Early in his legal career, Bill concentrated on bankruptcy law and related litigation and was part of a select group of North Carolina bankruptcy practitioners primarily engaged in corporate and commercial insolvency law. From this experience, he established Parker Poe’s Creditors’ Rights roup in 1984, which today is widely recognized as an elite practice in the Carolinas.