Mr. Cox has extensive experience in all types of federal court litigation, including matters arising under the Uniform Commercial Code, the Bankruptcy Code, the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (also known as the Uniform Voidable Transfer Act), and the Lanham Act (which governs trademark infringement).
Mr. Cox is a regular presenter at bar CLE events and a regular author of articles published in bar journals and newsletters, usually relating to federal court procedure, business litigation, and solutions to problems encountered by landlords, creditors, and the principals/owners of distressed businesses.
He has obtained confirmation of over 15 plans of reorganization on behalf of Debtors under Chapter 11, has represented hundreds of creditors and business owners in bankruptcy cases, and is an expert in complex commercial lease rejection-assumption procedures arising in very large national retailer bankruptcies, (including representation of multiple-location multi-state landlords in the bankruptcy filings by KMart, Movie Gallery, Best Products, American Apparel, and many other national cases).
Mr. Cox is also retained regularly as an expert witness in legal malpractice cases, especially when the underlying matter involves procedures in Bankruptcy Court or the handling by former counsel of debtor-creditor disputes.
He is currently a member of the board of directors of the Federal Bar Association-Oregon Chapter and the Executive Committee for the Oregon State Bar Debtor-Creditor Section.