Daniel has represented debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors' committees, and ad hoc bondholder committees in numerous out-of-court restructurings, bankruptcy cases, and cross-border insolvency proceedings throughout the United States. He also has advised hedge funds and other entities on buying and selling distressed debt securities and has experience representing parties in a wide range of financing and capital markets transactions, including loan originations.
Dan is a member of the New York City Bar Committee on Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganization and the LSTA Bankruptcy Reform Working Group.
‘Excellent advocate and negotiator’ Daniel Guyder is a ‘strategist who can always see the big picture’. Legal 500 United States 2012: Finance - Corporate Restructuring
Admitted: Bar of the State of New York, 1999
Admitted: United States District Courts,
Southern District of New York, 2000
Eastern District of New York, 2000
Admitted: Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, 2003
J.D., cum laude, The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, 1998
B.B.A., magna cum laude, Siena College, 1993
'Corporate Bankruptcies: Trends in Asset Sales and Liquidations,' New York City Bar Committee on Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganization, March 2010
'Breaking New Ground in Fraudulent Transfer Law,' New York Law Journal, March 2010, with John Kibler
'Extinguishing a Secured Creditor's Right to Credit Bid in a Chapter 11 Cram Down,' Pratt's Journal of Bankruptcy Law, January 2010, with Dan Morse
'The Importance of In Re Philadelphia Newspapers,' Law360, December 2009, with John Kibler and Daniel Morse
'United States-Canadian restructurings: finding COMI with a sense of comity', published in the September 2008 issue of the IBA's Insolvency and Restructuring International, Ken Coleman and Dan Guyder