Marc W. Taubenfeld

Marc practices in both the controversies section and the bankruptcy section of McGuire, Craddock & Strother PC in Dallas, and is a shareholder and director of the firm. He received his undergraduate degree from Duke University (A.B., cum laude, 1984), and his law degree from the University of Texas (J.D., 1987). While in law school he was note editor of The Review of Litigation, 1986-1987, and a member of the Honor Council (1985-1986).

He has been a member of the Federal Bar Association for many years and has been and remains active at many levels of leadership in the organization, including service in the following: (a) director, National Board of Directors 2006 - 2010; (b) chair, Bankruptcy Section 2003-05, 2010-11, member, section Executive Council 2003 - present; and (c) Dallas Chapter president, 2001-02, director, chapter board 2001- present). Marc looks forward to the opportunity to continue his service to the FBA.

He is the author or co-author of “The Bankruptcy Changes Are Coming (And Some Are Already Here)” The Federal Lawyer, October 2005; “Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Symposium,” SMU Law Review, Summer 2004; “Banking Law, Fifth Circuit Symposia,” Texas Tech Law Review (1993-97); “The Effect of a Lessee’s Bankruptcy on a Real Property Lease,” 6 The Practical Real Estate Lawyer 5, November 1990; Speaker at the Bankruptcy Law Primer in November 2004 and September 2005, and co-author of written materials; and editor of Bankruptcy Briefs, the newsletter of the Bankruptcy Section of the FBA (2005 and at present). Marc is a frequent speaker on bankruptcy, work-out, and reorganization topics.