David E. Leta
David Leta is a financial problem solver. For over 38 years, he has represented debtors, creditors, trustees, creditor committees, asset purchasers, vendors, equity holders and other parties in all aspects of financial disputes, including collections, foreclosures, workouts, receiverships and bankruptcy. David’s experience enables him to analyze a financial situation from multiple perspectives and design creative, durable solutions. As an advocate, he handles litigation for clients involving the United States Bankruptcy Code, the Federal and Bankruptcy Rules of Procedure, the Uniform Commercial Code and applicable state laws. David also serves as a neutral in mediating financial disputes for non-clients. University of Utah College of Law (nka S.J. Quinney College of Law) (J.D., 1976). Editorial Board, Law Review. Order of the Coif. Phi Beta Kappa. State University of New York at Binghamton, Harpur College (B.A., highest honors, 1973). American College of Bankruptcy, Fellow (2003-present). American Bankruptcy Institute. Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference. Advisory Board (2008-present). Chair (2004-2008). American Bar Association. Litigation Counsel of America, Fellow (2014-2015).
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