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David Mannion, Esq. Direct Line: 917-472-9587
dmannion@blakeleyllp.com Fax Line: 949-260-0613
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David is a partner in Blakeley LLPís New York office, and specializes in commercial and bankruptcy litigation. In particular, his practice has focused on shareholder disputes, fraudulent transfer and successor liability claims, intellectual property litigation, general contract disputes, and preference litigation. He is also experienced in real estate and construction litigation and has represented real-estate developers and mechanic's lien claimants. David obtained his law degree in 2005 from University College Dublin, Ireland (summa cum laude) and also studied at the University of Melbourne, Australia, where he was awarded the TAC Prize for Trial Advocacy. David is admitted to practice in New York and California, and is Secretary of the Administrative Law Committee of the Bar Association of the City of New York.

Publications
  • Why Californian Contracts Aren't Worth the Paper They're Written On
  • Reminder to New York Collection Agents: Rubber-Stamping Things In The Workplace Is As Important As Ever
  • Supreme Court to Resolve Circuit Split on Secured Lendersí Credit-Bid Rights in Chapter 11 Plan Sales: Consequences for Secured and Unsecured Creditors
  • The Importance of Documenting Unsecured Credit Sales from the Litigation Perspective
  • Articles from the Wall Street Journal:  •GE Seeks Power Sales in Iraq, but Report Spotlights Corruption Concerns  •With Facebook at 'War,' Zuckerberg Adopts More Aggressive Style  •Lion Air Crash Probe Eyes Sensor Hazards Stretching Back Years  •Black Friday Shoppers Beware: Online Shopping Gets More Complicated  •J.Crew CEO Exits After Clash With Mickey Drexler, Company Owners  •U.S.-China Rift: One Phrase 'Torpedoed' Pacific Accord  •'I Was Hoping to Be Retired': The Cost of Supporting Parents and Adult Children  •U.S. Household Debt Continues to Climb in 3rd Quarter  •U.S. Industrial Production Rises  •Trump Forged His Ideas on Trade in the 1980s---and Never Deviated  •France Prepares to Get Tough on Firms That Pay Women Less  •Beauty and the Backlash: Disney's Modern Princess Problem  •Less-Than-'Fantastic' Start for Harry Potter Spinoff  •Global Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Housing Starts, Consumer Sentiment  •U.K.'s Window Into a Less Globalized Economy  •Grassley to Lead Senate Finance Panel  •Spotify, Pandora Turn to Podcasts for Listeners, Profits  •Amazon Kept HQ2 Under Wraps Using These Code Names  •Old-School Watchmakers Get Smart to Counter Apple  •What's the Next Big Thing in Tech? It's Up to Us