Loewinsohn Flegle Deary Simon LLP
Dan’s practice focuses on corporate restructurings, outside general counsel services, and commercial and bankruptcy litigation. His ability to meticulously connect all the dots in highly complex business restructuring cases reflects a rare breadth of experience other boutique firms are hard-pressed to match.
During nearly two decades practicing in one of the nation’s largest and most prominent international law firm restructuring groups, Dan skillfully led debtors, committees, and secured and unsecured creditors through Chapter 11 reorganizations and liquidations, including several cross-border insolvencies, and out of court debt restructurings. He also has substantial experience in commercial litigation, distress acquisitions and dispositions, and other corporate matters. His experience encompasses a broad variety of industries, including technology, oil and gas, metals and mining, chemicals, homebuilding and building materials, mortgage servicing, textiles, automotive and retail.
In all of his engagements, Dan brings to bear a strong finance and accounting background and broad experience on corporate matters. After practicing as a CPA, Dan began his legal career clerking on the Delaware Chancery Court – the most sophisticated business dispute court in the country. He is a contributing editor to Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice treatise and Aspatore’s Inside the Minds series. He has published articles on numerous topics, including issues in oil and gas restructurings, intercompany claims, rights offerings, plan confirmation issues, credit bidding, securities laws issues in bankruptcy and 363 sales.