Thomas “Rusty” Woolley
Rusty Woolley is a partner in the bankruptcy and commercial litigation sections of McCloskey & Roberson and has been practicing law since 2003. Mr. Woolley’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation in state and federal court with a particular focus on disputes in the bankruptcy context, and creditors’ rights. He is involved in a wide variety of matters, including real estate, energy and financial industries. Mr. Woolley has been named a “Texas Rising Star” in surveys conducted by Texas Monthly magazine from 2006-2010.
Prior to joining McCloskey Roberson, Mr. Woolley was a senior associate in the bankruptcy and commercial litigation sections of a large Texas firm.
- Representation of regional bank and oil and gas company in connection with Enron Chapter 11 case.
- Representation of senior secured lenders in the Dunhill Resources and Crutcher-Tufts Resources bankruptcies.
- Representation of a liquidating trustee in litigation in a large Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.
- Representation of an individual in a fraudulent transfer and alter-ego litigation in Bankruptcy Court.
- Representation of national commercial kitchen equipment distributor in joint venture dispute.
- Representation of a reorganized debtor in connection with post-confirmation litigation claims.
- Representation of numerous directors and officers in breach of fiduciary duty and fraudulent transfer litigation.
- Representation of senior secured creditor in Chapter 11 bankruptcy and litigation with guarantors.
- Representation in numerous litigation matters for Chapter 7 trustees.
J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, 2003
B.A., Business Management, Texas A&M University, 2000
Member: State Bar of Texas; Houston Bar Association