John has practiced law in Houston for 12 years, starting his career with a one of the largest law firms in the world and then joining Munsch Hardt in 2016.
John’s practice primarily relates to bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring matters, with an emphasis on litigation and insolvency-related disputes. He represents secured and unsecured creditors, Chapter 11 debtors, trustees, governmental entities, third-party purchasers and investors, as well as a variety of other stakeholders in bankruptcy.
In light of the economic climate in Houston, much of John’s recent practice involves representing creditors and stakeholders in Chapter 11 proceedings relating to Houston-based oil and natural gas exploration/operating companies and oilfield service companies operating in the Permian Basin, the Bakken Shale Play, Eagle Ford, the Gulf of Mexico, and similar areas. John also has experience representing local, national, and international clients in a variety of industries, including commercial and industrial real estate; telecommunications and broadcasting; banking and private equity investing; pharmaceutical design, delivery, disposition and compounding; timber harvesting; and intellectual property creation and dissemination.
John’s clients include leading financial institutions, Chinese exporters and banks; energy, oil and gas producers; Japanese-based industrial manufacturers; law firms and small businesses; governmental bodies; national and international distributors; pharmaceutical companies; and telecommunication carriers.