David M. Banker is Counsel to Lowenstein Sandler’s Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights Group. Mr. Banker’s practice focuses on creditors’ rights in the context of complex bankruptcies, including representing trade creditors, secured lenders, creditors’ committees, plan trustees and lessors. His unsecured creditors’ committee representations include Advanced Marketing Services, Inc., Koen Books Distributors, Inc., and Skip’s Cutting, Inc. Mr. Banker has extensive experience defending preference and fraudulent conveyance actions in numerous jurisdictions throughout the country. His practice includes pursuit of reclamation and administrative priority claims, negotiation of the sale of claims, and defending claim objections. He represents the interests of secured creditors in matters including automatic stay litigation, adequate protection issues, cash collateral, and debtor-in-possession financing. Mr. Banker also has extensive experience representing lessors in connection with negotiating the terms of the assumption and cure of leases, adequate protection orders, and claims related to lease rejection.
Licensed since 2000
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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|The Editors' Award||New York Law School Journal of Human Rights||2000|
|Counsel||Lowenstein Sandler PC||2005 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|American Bankruptcy Institute||Member||N/A|
|The Credit and Financial Management Review||Everything You Need to Know About New Value as a Preference Defense, and More||2011|
|Business Credit Magazine||Reclamation Catch-22: Darned If You Do, Darned If You Don't||2011|
|Supplemental Materials - American Bankruptcy Legislative Symposium||BAPCPA Rollback As A Cure For Unsuccessful Reorganizations? Not So Fast!||2009|
|New York Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2000|
|George Washington University||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1997|
|Strafford Live Phone/Web Seminar||Preference Defenses: New Value, Ordinary Course and Contemporaneous Exchange||2011|