Daniel is Senior Counsel with the Bankruptcy and Restructuring group.
Daniel has been involved in bankruptcy proceedings and litigation on behalf of a variety of national and regional clients, including debtors, creditors, official committees of unsecured creditors, an official committee of equity security holders and various ad hoc committees. He currently represents publicly-held and privately-held companies in their efforts to restructure. In addition, Daniel acts as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants in various bankruptcy related litigation matters, including among others, preference, fraudulent transfer, and turnover actions.
News & Insights
- Article, 09.01.2005
Robert J. Dehney, Curtis S. Miller, Daniel B. Butz, “Restructuring Under Delaware Law: An Attractive Alternative,” Financier Worldwide - Global Restructuring Review 2005, at 47-48 (Sept. 2005)
- The Importance of Good Corporate Form: Preventing the Involuntary Distribution of Your Assets to Creditors of a Bankruptcy Affiliate or SubsidiaryArticle, 04.01.2005
Robert J. Dehney, Curtis S. Miller, Daniel B. Butz, “The Importance of Good Corporate Form: Preventing the Involuntary Distribution of Your Assets to Creditors of a Bankruptcy Affiliate or Subsidiary,” The Journal of Private Equity (Spring 2005)
Professional & Civic
American Bankruptcy Institute
American Bar Association
Delaware State Bar Association
Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, JD, cum laude, 2002
Temple University School of Business and Management, MBA, 2002
Pennsylvania State University, BS, with highest distinction, 1997
- Delaware, 2002