David focuses his practice on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, corporate reorganizations and restructurings, and commercial litigation. He represents debtors, creditors, financial institutions, trustees, and creditors' committees in Chapter 11 reorganizations and Chapter 7 liquidations, as well as in fraudulent transfer actions, preference actions, and litigation against directors and officers. As an experienced litigator in federal and state courts, David is known for his strategic approach throughout all phases of commercial litigation, from pre-litigation consulting to post-judgment collection to appeals. He also has significant experience in business planning and advisory matters, insolvency and restructuring matters, shareholder and partnership disputes, real property disputes, and collection matters.
David is an active member of the Business Law Section of The Florida Bar, serving on a number of committees, including the committee studying revisions to Florida’s Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act.
David has been selected by his peers for recognition in The Best Lawyers in America, and as a Florida Super Lawyer since 2009.
Prior to attending law school, David served as a military intelligence officer in the U.S. Army.
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