John Lucian concentrates his practice on bankruptcy and financial services litigation, including:
- representing lenders, creditors’ committees, landlords, asset purchasers, contract counterparties, and creditors in all facets of bankruptcy cases
- litigating DIP financing, cash collateral, and related secured creditor disputes in bankruptcy
- representing lenders in out-of-court restructurings and workouts
- exercising UCC Article 9 remedies and enforcing secured creditor rights
- prosecuting and defending complex financial services litigation
As a former trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, John handles a variety of financial services litigation matters in federal and state courts throughout the country.
John regularly speaks and writes on bankruptcy and financial services topics.
Chambers USA ranks John as a leader in bankruptcy and restructuring law. Chambers sources “laud his ability to negotiate effectively and also compromise where it is needed.” Clients have also noted in Chambers that he is “very bright and knowledgeable” and “does a great job of anticipating legal and non-legal issues.”
John is fluent in Spanish.