David Pinkston represents a broad range of clients in a variety of bankruptcy litigation matters. These include non-dischargeability litigation, automatic stay issues, objections to plans of reorganization, claim objections, asset sales, and defending preference and fraudulent transfer claims, as well as other bankruptcy avoidance actions.
He has been involved in local and national bankruptcy courts. His clients have included almost every type of participant in the bankruptcy process: creditors, debtors, trustees, and even competing Chapter 11 plan proponents.
David was part of the legal team that assisted a major developer with the purchase of the Geneva Steel property in Utah County in a hotly contested bankruptcy case. In addition to bankruptcy-related matters, His practice also centers on contract disputes, as well as complex commercial litigation matters in both federal and state court.
David has also assisted and advised a number of local, regional, and national companies with creditors’ rights issues, including obtaining pre-judgment remedies, implementing receiverships for real property, dealing with conservatorships, addressing real property disputes (including both sides of commercial landlord-tenant issues), dealing with contract defaults, asset seizure, and enforcing account obligations and judgments.
In addition, and as a part of dealing with creditor’s rights issues, David also represents sureties, contractors, and owners in a variety of construction-related matters, as well as bankruptcy issues.
- J.D., Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark School of Law, cum laude, 1993
- B.A., Brigham Young University, cum laude and with honors, 1990
Bar & Court Admissions
- Utah State Bar
- U.S. District Court, District of Utah
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit