Dan Moss has represented debtors, creditors, trustees, and creditor committees in some of the largest and historic corporate and government reorganizations in the United States. He also has extensive experience counseling clients on fraudulent conveyance, preferential transfer, fiduciary duty, and corporate governance issues.
Dan recently served as co-lead counsel for the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the Toys "R" Us Property Company I chapter 11 cases and the Peabody Energy chapter 11 cases. Dan played a significant role in the City of Detroit's historic chapter 9 case — from litigating the City's eligibility for chapter 9 to confirmation of its plan for the adjustment of debts. He also represents the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority in connection with its revitalization efforts.
In connection with Jones Day's representation of the Chapter 7 Trustee of Anthracite Capital, one of the largest chapter 7 cases ever filed, Dan oversaw all aspects of this engagement, which resulted in a recovery of approximately $47 million for the estate and a release of more than $33 million in secured affiliate claims. He also was a member of the team that represented Chrysler in the sale of its assets to Fiat and the decision to reject certain dealership agreements.
Additionally Dan devotes time to monitoring various legislative proposals pending in Congress that would amend the Bankruptcy Code and pro bono activities such as the representation of disabled veterans. He is an active member of INSOL International and writes frequently about cross-border restructuring matters.
Second Circuit: Madoff Ponzi Scheme Customers Did Not Receive Fictitious Profit Payments "For Value"
Tenth Circuit: Bankruptcy Trustee May Recover Only the Actual Property (Not Proceeds) Fraudulently Transferred to Subsequent Transferees
Creditors' Committee Denied Standing to Bring Derivative Claims on Behalf of LLC Debtor in Bankruptcy
Mapping the Territory: Navigating Bankruptcy Sales in Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico (The Latin American Lawyer)
Eighth Circuit Rules that Bankruptcy Code's Cap on Lease Damage Claims Applies to Fraudulent Transfer Judgment
- October 8, 2020
Panel Presentation with Antonio Alvarez III, Managing Director of Alvarez & Marsal Europe, on “Perspectives on Restructuring and Bankruptcy Trends in a Time of Crisis,” hosted by the Cornell Law Young Professionals Network (CLYP) in collaboration with Cornell’s S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management.
- July 24, 2018
Singapore Insolvency Conference: Participated in a moot court and argued on behalf of unsecured noteholders in a cross border restructuring involving a US chapter 11 proceeding, a concurrent Singapore scheme of arrangement, and a BVI recognition of the same.
- November 30, 2017
"Lessons learned from Detroit and other distressed municipal entities," Presentation to the City of Boston Planning and Development Agency
- June 28, 2017
"Detroit Lessons Learned" Panel Presentation to the World Bank Group Finance & Markets and Governance Global Practices
- March 19, 2014
Detroit: Rising from the Ashes, Kevyn D. Orr, Cornell University Law School, Clarke Business Law Institute
- Cornell University (J.D. cum laude 2007, with a concentration in Business Law & Regulation); The George Washington University (B.B.A. 2004)
- District of Columbia; Virginia; Supreme Court of the United States; U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of Michigan and Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia; and U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
- Senior Advance Representative, U.S. Department of the Treasury (2007-2008); Senior Advance Representative (2004-2008) and Intern, Office of Appointments and Scheduling (2002-2004), the White House
Named a 2017 National Law Journal "D.C. Rising Star," which identifies top legal talent under the age of 40
Named to American Bankruptcy Institute's 2018 "40 Under 40" list
Selected by Washingtonian magazine as one of Washington, DC's Best Lawyers for Bankruptcy in 2018
- Law Clerk to Judge Lawrence S. Margolis, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Washington, D.C. (2008)