David Johnson is counsel in the Global Bank and Institutional Finance & Restructuring Practice Group.

David has substantial experience representing banks and other financial institutions in a wide array of financing transactions, including high yield debt transactions, senior and subordinated bond issuances, structured finance, asset securitization, commercial paper, project finance, secured and unsecured loan financing and municipal finance. David regularly represents corporate trustees, servicers, back-up servicers, master servicers, issuing and paying agents, depositaries, separate trustees, collateral agents, administrative agents, custodians and escrow agents, as well as various other service providers.

David’s practice includes a wide variety of asset classes, including residential and commercial mortgages, commercial paper, cell tower and equipment lease receivables, student loans, trade receivables and peer to peer loans. In addition, David has significant experience representing trustees, administrative agents and collateral agents in bankruptcy and default scenarios, including representing trustees in connection with repurchase provisions and enforcement rights with respect to mortgage-backed securitization transactions.

David received a B.A. from Rutgers University and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. David joined the Firm in 2006.