David H. Wander is a Partner in the Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Practice. David has practiced bankruptcy law, debtor and creditors’ rights, and out-of-court workouts for 35 years. David has extensive experience representing Chapter 11 debtors-in-possession; Chapter 7 trustees; official creditors’ committees and unofficial ad hoc creditor groups; pre-petition and DIP lenders; commercial, residential, and shopping mall landlords and tenants; C-suite executives, employees, and equity holders; asset purchasers and distressed debt investors; foreign vendors; and defendants in preferential transfer and fraudulent transfer actions.
David also handles commercial litigation in both Federal and New York State courts, representing plaintiffs and defendants in prosecuting and defending all types of business disputes, including breach of contract, fraud, partnership disputes, collection, tortious conduct, employment, ADA, foreclosure, forfeiture, and guardianship cases.
David has an extensive business law practice, counseling entrepreneurs, small and mid-market companies, and restaurants, at every stage, from inception and initial financing, through various stages of growth, to winding down and dissolution. David is also involved in many types of real estate matters involving the acquisition or sale of commercial and residential properties.
David is often quoted in many bankruptcy-related articles, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, New York Post, Law360, The Associated Press, and Retail Dive.
Prior to joining the Firm, David was a Partner and Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy, Restructuring, and Creditor Rights Group at an NYC-based firm.
On October 14, 2021, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Partner David Wander and Attorney Alexander Tiktin were featured in the Ibook Linux article, “Rye Brook CPA Claims Bankrupt Cobble Creek Homebuilder Cheated On Him.”