John Dicks focuses his practice on litigation, land use, and bankruptcy. As a litigator, John has experience in a wide variety of cases, including business litigation, contract disputes, fraudulent transfer, D&O litigation, real estate litigation, landlord/tenant disputes, judgment collection, employment, and banking disputes. He also has significant appellate experience. In the bankruptcy and assignment arenas, John has represented secured and unsecured creditors, court-appointed fiduciaries, assignees, assignors, and debtors. He has negotiated favorable plan treatment for creditors, drafted and confirmed plans of liquidation and reorganization for debtors and competing creditors, negotiated and conducted large asset sales, and handled dozens of post-confirmation litigation matters or related adversary proceedings. As a zoning and land use lawyer, John has experience representing applicants and objectors in all manner of public hearings – including land use, zoning, and code enforcement – as well as considerable appellate experience.