Langdon M. Cooper
Recognized in:Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization LawCommercial Transactions / UCC Law...
Law School:The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Location:301 South York StreetP.O. Box 488Gastonia, NC 28053
- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D., graduated 1969
- Duke University, BA, graduated 1964
- North Carolina, U.S. Supreme Court
- North Carolina, U.S. Fourth Circuit
- North Carolina, al courts in N.C.
- American Bankruptcy Institute - member
- American Bar Associatin - member
- Council of Bankruptcy Board Certified Specialists - member
- Gaston County Bar Assoc - member
- NC Bar Association - member; former Board of Governors member
- NC State Bar Assoc - member
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for work in:
- Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law
- Commercial Transactions / UCC Law
- Litigation - Bankruptcy
- Mr. Cooper has been selected by Charlotte Magazine and North Carolina Law & Politics for inclusion on the North Carolina Super Lawyers® list every year since 2006, based on peer review and professional achievement.
- In 2009, and again in 2010 Mr. Cooper was designated among the Top 100 lawyers of all legal specialties in North Carolina by Charlotte Magazine and North Carolina Law & Politics.
- Mr. Cooper has also been selected by the North Carolina Business Journal for each year 2005 through 2010 and again in 2013 as among the Legal Elite
- Mr. Cooper was selected by the the North Carolina Business Journal as among the Legal Elite in North Carolina for 2013. Less than 3% of NC attorneys are selected.
Attorney Case History
attorney for trustee
(which had withdrawn the reference) stated in its Order, docket no. 131, 16 June 2009):
“. . .that this (consolidated bankruptcy case of RFS Ecusta, Inc. and RFS US, Inc., bankruptcy case
nos. 03-10360 and 03-10358, and District Court case no. 3:06-cv-386) is one of this District’s best
and most efficient bankruptcy case administrations, including the Trustee’s vigorous and successful
prosecution of adversary proceeding claims for the benefit of the estates’ creditors. . . The Trustee,
an attorney himself, and his counsel Mullen Holland & Cooper P.A. . . . (who) are very experienced
and talented bankruptcy practitioners, then administered and prosecuted the bankruptcy cases,
and adversary proceedings the Trustee initiated, to another level with outstanding results for the
benefit of creditors that can only be described as beyond exceptional.”