John Clark has been practicing law since 2005. A 2005 graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law, he obtained a master’s in banking and finance from the University of Alabama in 2002. Prior to that, he obtained a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and Bachelors of Arts in Political Science from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
John initially worked for a medium to large firm in Mobile, Alabama, but eventually came to Birmingham to work for a business and commercial litigation boutique firm. Over his ten years there, his practice included business and commercial litigation and John developed a business and commercial transactional practice.
All this led to him creating his own firm in 2017. Clark Law Firm is where he continues to do business and commercial litigation, as well as commercial transactions. After some time, the firm also expanded to bankruptcy and bankruptcy litigation. Bankruptcy litigation is typically based on the same business and commercial principles, disputes, and matters that often come up in commercial and business litigation outside of bankruptcy.
John has enjoyed his 20 years of handling business and commercial cases, dealing with transactions and litigation. He now uses that experience as a foundation in the bankruptcy litigation context, as well.
At Clark Law Firm, we deal almost exclusively with the needs and goals of small and medium-sized businesses. On the front end, this means handling transactional matters (e.g., drafting of contracts, creation of entities, leases, and supplier deals), and on the back end, it means dealing with many problems that may arise from operations, such as lease and contract disputes.
My early days as an attorney took place during the economic turmoil of the real estate crash of 2008. I dealt with forbearance agreements with lenders, the restructuring of debt, and the handling of various problems faced by small and medium-sized businesses. As a result, my firm is well-rounded in all aspects of what a small business could encounter and may need.
We can work through the transactional aspects of bankruptcy, such as negotiations on debtor-in-possession, financing, and other restructured contracts. We also can work with litigation in adversary proceedings and disputes regarding the dischargeability of debt. Before and after bankruptcy, we are there for you and your businesses.
We are well-positioned to provide clients with a full and complete picture of their operations, their struggles, and the potential solutions to those struggles.
For more information on Bankruptcy Litigation Practice In Alabama, an initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (205) 619-8827 today.