Washington University School of Law,
A.B., cum laude, 1987
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Missouri USDC, Western District
US Ct Appeals, 8th Circuit (Covers AR, IA, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD)
US Supreme Ct
American Bankruptcy Institute
U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District
The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
American Bar Association
The Missouri Bar
Illinois State Bar Association
Editorial Advisory Board, "Credit Today Newsletter"
Bunzl USA, Inc.
Deutsche Financial Services, Inc.
McLeod USA Incorporated
U.S. Bank, N.A.
Listed in The Best Lawyers in America (by BL Rankings), 2011- 2023
Listed in Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers (by Thomson Reuters), 2006, 2012-2013, 2016-2019
Thompson Coburn LLP
The Women’s Safe House
David concentrates in the areas of business bankruptcy, workouts, securitizations, and general creditors' rights matters.
His practice includes the representation of secured lenders, unsecured trade creditors, creditors' committees, and buyers and sellers of financially distressed businesses.
David has extensive experience in representing secured lenders in loan workouts and restructurings, replevin and foreclosure actions, and bankruptcy proceedings. He also represents unsecured trade creditors in preference actions, reclamation claims and other payment disputes. David frequently serves as counsel to Chapter 11 debtors and Chapter 11 creditors' committees.
He speaks regularly on bankruptcy and creditors' rights matters and has published numerous articles on these topics.
Fracas in the French Quarter: Fifth Circuit weighs in on ongoing controversy over the intersection of Bankruptcy Code Sections 363(f) and 365(h)
Nine Bankruptcy Code amendments included in latest appropriations bill
Payday before mayday: The increasing use of pre-bankruptcy executive retention bonuses
Health care provider agreements may be acquired 'free and clear' in bankruptcies
Delaware bankruptcy litigants get lost in Article 9’s anti-assignment override provisions
The Big Bang: When the Worlds of Energy Law and Bankruptcy Law Collide
Dealing with Financially Troubled Customers Outside and Inside of Bankruptcy
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