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EDUCATION

  • University of California at Berkeley, PhD, 1981
  • Harvard Law School, JD, 1985
  • University of California at Berkeley, MA, 1977
  • University of California at Berkeley, BA, 1975

David J. Reier

Partner
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David is a partner in the firm’s Corporate Department.  David represents companies and creditors in business reorganizations and liquidation proceedings.  He also handles commercial litigation matters and state court receiverships, particularly where such matters arise from a debtor-creditor relationship.  David frequently consults with businesses concerning corporate and debt restructuring, rearrangement of business affairs in response to financial distress, and ongoing corporate matters following restructuring.

Representative Experience

  • Chapter 11 counsel in successful liquidating plan of reorganization of seven related debtors owning four nursing homes valued at $50M.
  • Counsel in Chapter 11 reorganization of New England’s largest landlord, and other major real estate reorganizations, including out-of-bankruptcy restructurings.
  • Chapter 11 counsel for local bus transportation company.
  • Counsel to state court receiver in multi-million dollar real estate fraud case.
  • Corporate and restructuring counsel to local manufacturer and laundry services facility.
  • Numerous secured creditor and landlord representations, secured party sales, and loan workouts on behalf of both borrowers and lenders.

Memberships

Boston Bar Association, Bankruptcy Section
American Bankruptcy Institute

Newsworthy

David was named Massachusetts Super Lawyer every year from 2009 – 2016.

David was an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University,1981-1982.

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