Craig Schuenemann represents national banks, real estate investment entities, energy companies and corporations in a variety of proceedings before federal bankruptcy courts. He routinely appears on behalf of secured creditors, unsecured creditors, debtors, and foreign trustees in virtually every facet of the bankruptcy process. He specializes in defending clients in adversary proceedings brought by Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Trustees.
In addition to his bankruptcy practice, Mr. Schuenemann represents commercial clients in complex litigation of tort, breach of contract, and construction actions. Mr. Schuenemann has experience with a variety of financial services litigation matters, including the recovery of collateral, enforcement of guarantees, and defense of wrongful foreclosure claims.
Before attending law school, Mr. Schuenemann was an active duty military officer in the United States Navy. He deployed overseas as a helicopter pilot several times, including an eight month deployment to support combat operations in Iraq. While attending law school, Mr. Schuenemann continued his service as an active duty naval officer at the Pentagon where he served as the military assistant to the General Counsel of the Navy.
Mr. Schuenemann has devoted significant time to pro bono representation of low-income and veteran clients.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Schuenemann clerked for the Honorable Charles Weller in Nevada’s Second Judicial District from 2008-2009.