Charles Greenhouse

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Charlie's practice focuses on real estate and oil and gas title-related matters. He represents title companies and underwriters in claims litigation which involves a broad scope of real estate issues. The title and other real property litigation regularly involves various real estate issues, including mechanic’s liens, construction defect, boundary disputes, adverse possession and the like. He represents oil and gas companies in preparation of oil and gas title opinions, oil and gas leasing, and other contractual matters.

Charlie represents financial institutions and other institutional clients in commercial litigation related to distressed real estate and personal property loans, including foreclosures, receiverships, collection and loan work out issues. He is experienced in the procedural matters that arise in bankruptcy, including motions for relief from stay, motions regarding cash collateral, and Rule 2004 examinations. He has participated in negotiating and objecting to numerous Chapter 11 plans of reorganization. Charlie has handled complicated procedural issues in bankruptcy, including jurisdictional and removal issues. He practices before the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado and in a number of other Districts.