General Corporate & Commercial
Venture Finance & Emerging Companies
Franchise and Distribution
UCLA School of Law JD
English, Armenian, Russian
Ms. Takvoryan has extensive experience in structuring business transactions for foreign clients doing business in the United States, and U.S. companies doing business abroad.
Ms. Takvoryan handles all aspects of corporate transactions, ranging from forming new business entities to representing established companies through complex financing transactions, asset purchase agreements, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and corporate restructurings. Ms. Takvoryan also has extensive experience structuring, negotiating, and drafting a wide range of complex agreements, analyzing and interpreting contracts and providing legal advice on potential risks and issues in a wide range of legal areas.
Ms. Takvoryan specializes in corporate restructuring and in litigation and transactional aspects of Chapter 11 reorganization. Ms. Takvoryan represents debtors, official unsecured creditors' committees, Chapter 7 Trustees, and trustees in Chapter 11 business as well as individual cases and bankruptcy litigation proceedings. Ms. Takvoryan also represents creditors in their disputes against distressed and bankrupt companies as well as in disputes between secured and unsecured creditors in Chapter 11 reorganization cases. Ms. Takvoryan handles all aspects of Chapter 11 litigation and transactional matters from the inception of the case through and the following confirmation. Ms. Takvoryan also undertakes improper asset transfer investigations and asset recovery litigation and negotiates and prosecutes mass avoidance actions. As restructuring counsel, Ms. Takvoryan negotiates and documents various types of transactions and agreements including but not limited to distressed financing agreements, asset sales, mergers, and acquisition agreements.
Ms. Takvoryan also represents clients with diverse interests in real estate holdings. Such representation ranges from structuring purchases and sales of real property much more complex transactions involving TIC agreements and 1031 exchanges and syndications. Ms. Takvoryan has worked on transactions in the range of $10 to $95 million and matters involving multiple entities and lenders. These transactions also involved securing financing ranging from traditional mortgages to mezzanine loans.
Ms. Takvoryan also provides legal services as outside general counsel to various corporate entities. As outside general counsel, Ms. Takvoryan coordinates and oversees: