Admitted in Vermont, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
David Dunn is a partner in PDSC Law. He specializes in banking, corporate, and business litigation, including creditors’ rights and bankruptcy. He joined the firm in early 1996 after practicing in Boston and Washington, D.C. for over fourteen years. His background includes over twenty years of banking, corporate, business and commercial law and related experience.
David attended Cornell University as an undergraduate, specializing in microbiology and ecology. He graduated Vermont Law School in 1981 with both a Juris Doctorate and a Masters of Studies in Environmental Law. After graduating, he worked initially in Washington, D.C., for a small international maritime law firm, gaining experience in international trade and letters of credit.
In 1984, David joined a firm specializing in real estate and banking, assisting developers and national, regional and local lenders in connection with commercial developments in the greater Washington area, including the revitalization of Union Station.
In 1988, he relocated to Boston, initially working with the firm of Peabody & Arnold, continuing to specialize in real estate, corporate, and business law, and adding corporate trust expertise. With the change in the economy, he shifted toward creditors’ rights and bankruptcy work. In 1993, he joined RECOLL Management Corporation, a subsidiary of Fleet Bank charged with working out over $6.2 billion in troubled loans initiated by the Bank of New England.
As Senior Counsel for RECOLL, he served as creditor’s counsel on many large Chapter 11 reorganizations throughout New England. In addition, he gained additional insight into the value recovery aspect of banking by serving as legal advisor on RECOLL credit review committees.
David currently serves as a board member for the Brattleboro Retreat, Winston Prouty Early Learning Center, and New England Youth Theater and serves as the Secretary of Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation. He has previously served as chair of the boards of the United Way of Windham County, Youth Services and Habitat for Humanity. In addition, he has assisted over a dozen local charities in obtaining their IRS 501(c)(3) status, and regularly assists or advises local charities on numerous matters pro bono.
David concentrates primarily on corporate, business, transactional, banking, and creditors’ rights. He also supports the firm’s litigation practice, taking the lead in bankruptcy matters.
Based in Vermont, you can contact David Dunn via email: Email David Dunn.