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Donald Workman is the head of the Washington, D.C., office’s Restructuring and Bankruptcy practice team. His practice includes business bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, debtor reorganizations, general insolvency, stockbroker liquidations and commercial litigation. He has experience representing every constituency involved in major reorganizations and workouts, including creditor committees, secured creditors, debtors, trustees, debtor-in-possession lenders, receivers, assignees for benefit of creditors, creditors in regulated industries, and asset purchasers. He has represented entities around the country in bankruptcy matters, including retail cases such as Toys R Us and Circuit City, as well as airline bankruptcies such as TWA, US Airways I and II, United, ATA, Aloha, Hawaiian Air, Delta, Northwest, Mesaba and Independence Air. His bankruptcy litigation experience includes motions for conversion and dismissal of Chapter 7 and 11 cases, motions for the appointment of Chapter 11 trustees, plan confirmation hearings, contested cash collateral hearings, bankruptcy trustee elections, claim objections, fraudulent transfer and preference actions, denial of discharge and dischargeability actions  and involuntary bankruptcy filings.

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