Randall L. Dunn
|Randall L. Dunn|
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|United States bankruptcy court, District of Oregon|
Randall L. Dunn is a bankruptcy judge for the United States bankruptcy court, District of Oregon.
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Randall L. Dunn was appointed as Bankruptcy Judge in 1998. Prior to his appointment to the United States bankruptcy court, District of Oregon he was the managing partner of the Portland office of the law firm of Copeland Landye Bennett and Wolf LLP. His practice focused on corporate/business and bankruptcy law. In the bankruptcy area, he represented a number of creditors committees in Chapter 11 cases, but his work also encompassed representation of creditors and debtors in matters ranging from preference defenses to representing individual debtors in Chapter 7. Judge Dunn also did substantial loan documentation work and worked extensively in business entity formation and on mergers and acquisitions.
Judge Dunn has served as chair of the Federal Bar Association Bankruptcy Section and spent five years as editor-in-chief of its newsletter publication, Bankruptcy Briefs. He has also been very active in the Oregon State Bar Debtor-Creditor Section. He has served as chair of the Ninth Circuit’s Bankruptcy Education Committee and has served as the representative of Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Judges on the Ninth Circuit Executive Committee, which is the planning body for the Ninth Circuit Conference. He has served as treasurer (current), secretary, and a member of the Board of Governors of the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges. In 2006, Judge Dunn was appointed to the Ninth Circuit’s Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for a seven-year term. (04/08)