James Hinds, is truly a guiding light in these dark times. After studying at Harvard, he’s now been in the bankruptcy business for over 40 years. Today, he specializes in working with middle-market businesses to avoid bankruptcy while maintaining a holistic, industry-agnostic approach. James has successfully helped people deal with an assortment of economic downturns at various large law firms, and his insight on today’s economic climate should not be ignored.
In his interview, James explains a bit of his philosophy regarding the notion that his firm doesn’t “sell bankruptcy,” but instead looks at the larger picture to find alternatives. His out-of-the-box strategies are not only unique, but essential for protecting his clients’ livelihood. He examines the financial impact of the pandemic shutdown through the lens of a small business owner. James sheds light on how he’s dealing with many real-world situations that any sub-public business owner will find relevant.