Phillip Hudson, III
Phillip Hudson has more than 30 years of experience as a commercial litigator, concentrating in bankruptcy and insolvency matters. His practice is nationwide and he has represented, and continues to represent, a variety of organizations in federal and state bankruptcy and insolvency matters, including financially troubled companies, unsecured creditors, secured creditors, creditors' committees and governmental agencies including, for example, Government Development Bank of Puerto Rico.
Phillip has been involved in numerous and substantial out-of-court workouts and bankruptcy reorganization cases, handling high-profile matters including complex securitized lending transactions, industrial and government development bond restructuring, and the reorganization of both public and private corporations. Phillip also maintains a substantial complex litigation practice representing clients in federal and state courts throughout the country in diverse commercial matters, including ADA defense, shareholder disputes, fraud cases and general commercial disputes. He has recently handled complex, first impression priority disputes involving mortgage lenders and community development districts and bonds in Florida.
In addition to Phillip's heavy emphasis in the bankruptcy, insolvency and commercial arenas, he also has a great deal of experience in the following industries: aviation, banking, firearms, gaming, hospitality, and publishing. Phillip represents fiduciaries of all types, including bankruptcy trustees, federal and state court receivers, and assignees for the benefit of the creditors. He also maintains a substantial outside general counsel practice.