Dan Anderson's practice is focused on commercial litigation, corporate reorganization and bankruptcy litigation. He has represented financial institutions, secured and unsecured creditors, preference and fraudulent transfer defendants, and commercial landlords and tenants in all facets of litigation and bankruptcy proceedings. Dan has also represented investors seeking to acquire assets out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Representative Clients
Reported and Representative Cases
  • Evans v. City of Avon, Ohio Court of Common Pleas for Lorain County and Ohio Court of Appeals for the Ninth Appellate District.
  • Represented the Plaintiff, Jacob Evans, in a case affecting Convention and Visitors Bureaus and the hospitality and tourism industries statewide. The Plaintiff alleged that the City of Avon violated Ohio law when it imposed a 3 percent lodging tax on top of the 3 percent tax it was already collecting, in addition to the 3 percent that Lorain County had been collecting since the 1980s. The Lorain County Court of Common Pleas ruled in favor of our client and enjoined the collection of the tax, and that decision was affirmed by the Court of Appeals for the Ninth District.
  • Rentz v. Dynasty Apparel Industries, Inc. (6th Cir. 2009)
  • Represented Paul Warfield. The trial court granted Paul Warfield’s summary judgment motion dismissing claims that he was liable for a finder’s fee in connection with a joint venture to manufacture and sell athletic apparel pursuant to a license from the National Football League. After finding that numerous allegations in the pleadings were without a basis in fact the trial court imposed monetary sanctions against Plaintiff’s counsel under Rule 11 in the amounts of $2500 and $250, respectively. The amount of sanctions were found to be an abuse of discretion by the Sixth Circuit which increased the sanctions award to $29,294.87 and $3,447.37, respectively. Rentz v. Dynasty Apparel Industries, Inc., 5567 3d389 (6th Cir. 2009)
  • Qualstan Inc. Bankruptcy
  • Represented Conie Construction and Heiberger Paving in lien property dispute in bankruptcy court. Obtained judgment finding mechanic's liens had priority over those of secured lender following bench trial.
  • Represented the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Genesis Worldwide in prosecution of action to recover for the benefit of unsecured creditors fraudulent transfer of Genesis assets in its pre-bankruptcy acquisition of a competitor.
Firm Publications
Published In
  • Section 363 Bankruptcy Sales, Law360.com, February 23, 2009
  • Courts Continue to Decipher Business Bankruptcies Following 2005 Reform Act, Midwest In-House, November 1, 2007
  • Congress Acts on Bankruptcy Reform, Business First, April 15, 2005
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