David Wadsworth concentrates in the area of bankruptcy law, with a focus on commercial matters. He joined the firm in 2003 when it was known as Sender & Wasserman. Dave became an equity partner in 2008 and a named partner in 2012. Dave has been a chapter 7 panel trustee since 2009 and in that capacity has administered thousands of chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, monitoring abuse and liquidating assets for creditors. Dave has also been selected to act as a plan trustee and a chapter 11 trustee in multiple cases.
Dave has a wealth of experience in nearly every facet of bankruptcy law, from complex commercial chapter 11 reorganizations to more straightforward consumer chapter 7 issues. Dave has prosecuted and defended hundreds of adversary proceedings and taken many of those matters to trial. Dave has also developed a substantial appellate practice and has argued numerous cases before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Dave represents corporate chapter 11 debtors in possession in matters ranging from simple liquidations to complex reorganizations. Dave has also represented municipalities in chapter 9 cases. He has provided counsel in all facets of reorganizations, from pre-filing preparation through plan confirmation and including pre-packaged filings.
Dave also represents chapter 7 trustees in commercial matters ranging from single-asset cases to complex, multi-million dollar liquidations. He has represented trustees in a variety of matters including preference and fraudulent transfer avoidance and recovery, asset sales, objections to claims and exemptions, discharge objections and revocations, relief from stay, property turnover disputes and enforcement actions against bankruptcy petition preparers. In chapter 7 and chapter 11 cases, he represents unsecured, secured and priority creditors, as well as consumer and non-consumer chapter 7 debtors.
For a summary of representative cases, please visit the firm's website at www.wgwc-law.com.