David Neu has joined Miller Nash as partner of the firm’s bankruptcy & creditors’ rights team. David, based in the Seattle office, focuses his practice on restructuring and insolvency. He represents debtors, trustees, committees, and asset-purchasers in bankruptcy proceedings and litigation, as well as creditors in Chapter 11, 7, and 13 proceedings. David regularly represents lenders and borrowers in out-of-court workout negotiations and foreclosure proceedings, and also represents receivers and creditors in state court receivership actions.
“David is a fantastic addition to our financial services team, bringing significant experience and a strong commitment to client service,” says Gib Masters, chair of the financial services industry team. “We are thrilled that he has joined the Miller Nash team.”
Before joining Miller Nash LLP, David was a partner at a prominent law firm in the Pacific Northwest. He also spent time as an investment wholesaler for SAFECO Investment Company and SAFECO Life Company, which gives him unique perspectives into general business and finance matters.
About David Neu
Since 2002, David has provided exceptional service to clients, prioritizing the importance of practicality in finding the best solution to resolve clients’ needs, while providing diligent and thorough legal advice. David received his bachelor’s degree from Tulane University, before earning his master’s degree from Auburn University and law degree at Seattle University School of Law.