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Michael Krauss is a former Assistant United States Attorney (Civil Division, S.D.N.Y.) who litigates complex financial disputes nationwide.
Working as part of a team of specialists, Michael prosecutes defaults and defends against claims of lender liability in disputes arising from financial transactions. Such transactions involve, for example, financing of tribal gaming operations, participation in and syndication of loans and equipment leases, and issuance of corporate bonds. In addition, Michael pursues and defends fraudulent transfer, breach of fiduciary duty, and related claims involving insolvent estates. He also is active in adversary proceedings and other contested matters in bankruptcy court. In the past year, Michael has represented creditors in litigations and arbitrations in New York, Delaware, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Alabama, and Oklahoma.
Among Michael's clients are Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank, Cargill, Lighthouse Management, Beal Bank USA, The Marshall Group, and Winthrop Resources Corporation (a subsidiary of TCF).
Michael's representative cases include:
Michael was a litigator in New York before joining Faegre Baker Daniels. He was an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York, a litigation associate at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and Shearman & Sterling, and an adjunct professor at Cardozo Law School.
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