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Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

David A. Zdunkewicz

David A. Zdunkewicz

Partner

Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
Texas, U.S.A.

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David’s practice includes workouts and commercial bankruptcy proceedings in a wide range of industries.

He has represented debtors, secured creditors, and individual creditors as well as creditors committees and equity committees. His bankruptcy practice also involves substantial experience in prosecuting and defending avoidance adversary proceedings.

Representative Experience

  • In re: Castex Energy Partners, L.P. (represented the official creditors’ committee)
  • In re Cook Inlet Energy, LLC (Miller Energy Resources, Inc.) (represented the debtors)
  • In re Rincon Island Limited Partnership (represent the debtor)
  • In re Rockpile Energy Services, LLC (represented senior secured creditor in out of court asset sale)
  • In re GMX Resources, Inc. (represented the debtors)
  • In re Energy Partners, L.P. (represented the official equity committee)
  • In re Mirant Corp., et al. (represented official committee of unsecured creditors and litigation trust)
  • In re Enron Corp., et al. (represented the debtors)
  • In re Mid-Valley, Inc., et al. (represented unsecured creditor)
  • In re Mobile Energy Services Company, L.L.C., et al. (represented the debtors)
  • In re New Century Energy Corp., et al. (represented the debtors)
  • In re Three Jack, Inc. (represented secured lender)
  • In re Knight Energy Corp. (represented secured lender)
  • In re Scholl Forest Industries, Inc., et al. (represented the debtors)

Education

BBA, The University of Texas at Austin, Accounting, 1984
Areas of Practice
Articles

  • Recent Trends and Developments in DIP Financing, SRR Journal
  • Third Circuit Applies Delaware Choice of Law Rules Allowing Subsequent Purchasers of Oil and Gas and Lenders to Prevail against Upstream Producers
  • Supreme Court Holds that Fraudulent Transfer and Other “Stern Claims” Are to Be Procedurally Treated as “Non-Core” Claims
  • Seventh Court of Appeals Further Strengthens Rights of Secured Lenders in Chapter 11 Cases
  • AK Migration: Payments by Enron are "Settlement Payments" under the Bankruptcy Code's Safe Harbor Provisions
  • SCOTUS Rules that Bankruptcy Code Safe Harbor Does Not Protect Transfers in Which Financial Institutions Are “Mere Conduits”

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