Member Profile - David Bowsher
First Vice President
Duke University School of Law
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David K. Bowsher advises on mergers and acquisitions, oil and gas acquisitions and financing, and bankruptcy matters throughout the Southeast and beyond. The focus of his M&A practice is middle market deals, in which he has represented both buyers and sellers. His oil and gas practice centers on exploration and production companies with operations in Texas and elsewhere. David also has deep background in all aspects of corporate restructuring, with particular experience in § 363 asset sales in bankruptcy cases.
In addition, David has extensive corporate and transactional experience, including securities offerings, financing transactions, and capital raising efforts.
He also has a real understanding of how Washington, D.C. works—both in the Executive Branch and in Congress—from his service as a senior Department of Commerce official in President George W. Bush’s Administration.
David served as a judicial clerk for Judge William H. Yohn, Jr. of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
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